William Finney | Campus Writer
The inaugural Auburn University Country Jamboree brings Free food, fun, games, live music and prizes to the green space.
The Library's Women of Auburn Speaker series led Women's National Basketball Association Allstar, two-time Olympic gold medalist and author Ruthie Bolton back to campus to speak out against domestic violence
The University Program Council hosted their Screen on the Green Tuesday evening complete with a free movie, food and entertainment on the green space.
Fall festivities were in full swing at Auburn as students gathered on Cater Lawn for this year's pumpkin palooza. The fun began for after students after they scanned their TigerCards, allowing their admittance into the patch. There were pumpkins, pumpkin spiced coffee, trending music and decoration stations available to students.
Auburn University Libraries kicked off the celebration of 125 years of Auburn women with a lecture series from Joyce Gillie Gossom, author of "Why are they following me?."
This year Auburn is introducing the GameDay Challenge, a new initiative in place to get the students and friends of Auburn involved in the maintaining of the campus’ beauty as well as the reducing waste.