Lovely Livers

Juniors Molly Sewester and Carol Moseley read over the liver grams they received from friends for Valentine’s Day on Feb. 13. The Latin Club decided to sell liver grams instead of the typical carnation or piece of candy because the ancient Romans, which Latin students study, believed that a person’s love came from their liver, not their heart. “I thought that [the liver grams] were a pretty good idea because it’s funny and goes along with what is taught in Latin classes, I just missed getting Hershey’s Kisses that the tennis team used to sell,” Sewester said.