Entrances to the Tusculum College campus are more colorful and tidier thanks to a beautification project by the college’s President’s Society. Members of the President’s Society spent the morning of Aug. 18 helping prepare the campus for the arrival of new students and return of upperclassmen for the beginning of the fall semester. The 12 members of the President’s Society cleaned around the campus entrance sign near the intersection of Erwin Highway and Shiloh Road, planting flowers and shrubs near the brick sign. George Collins, director of the College’s Museum Program and Studies, helped in providing the pressure washer for the brick sign and guidance in the cleaning, planting and mulching. Members also pulled weeds and cleaned up brush from around the Tusculum Arch and cleaned around the brick entrance sign near the intersection of Erwin Highway and Gilland Street. The President’s Society is an elite student organization dedicated to promoting and fortifying the mission of the college. The students serve as ambassadors to the college, serve as hosts for campus visits, participate in leadership and ethics training and assist with campus events.