Tusculum College students recently conducted a drive to collect food and other supplies for Second Harvest Food Bank. The students, members of a “Service-Learning in Northeast Tennessee” class, organized, promoted and conducted the drive as a way to combat hunger in the region. The two-week drive collected 1,605 in pounds of canned and boxed food as well as items such as diapers for Second Harvest Food Bank. The students placed containers to collect items in high traffic areas in a number of buildings on campus and also collected items and cash donations at athletic and theatrical events on campus. “These students really do care about helping others, and now they are learning how to take those feelings and put them into action,” said class instructor, Robin Fife, assistant professor of social sciences. Below the donations have been collected to the Pioneer Perk and ready for delivery to Second Harvest.