Two female students pose with their toy animals.
Four students stand at a table making toy valentines animals.
A student in an Emory sweatshirt holds up the toy animal he made.
Several women students work on both sides of a table to add stuffing to Valentine's Day toy animals.
Three female students take a selfie with their toy animals.
Three female students pose with toy animals they made.
Detail of pink and red Valentine's Day cards showing the word "love" with hands making a heart symbol.
A student solders a string of tiny Valentine's Day lights.
A female student works at a craft table to cut out paper hearts.

Photos: Emory celebrates Valentine's Day

Feb. 14, 2017

The Emory campus got into the Valentine's Day spirit on Monday, Feb. 13, as the Student Programming Council hosted Stuff-a-Bear with Love on the Cox bridge. Students made adorable stuffed animals and could sign up for a free Valentine's flower delivery, courtesy of the SPC.

The TechLab in Cox Hall also shared in the fun, hosting a Valentine's Day "Hearts and Crafts" edition of its Monday Maker series. Participants could make Valentine cards and decals, create a silicone mold to make white chocolate candies, or learn soldering to make their own USB-powered lights.