Auburn University Traditions
Auburn University is a public land-grant university focused on forward-thinking education, life-enhancing research and scholarship, and selfless service.
If invited to an event called “Rolling Toomer’s Corner,” you will find yourself celebrating a sports victory with friends, faculty, celebrities, the mayor, and families tossing rolls of paper into the Auburn Oaks in Samford Park at Toomer’s Corner. Go to the intersection of College Street and Magnolia Avenue and look for long-time business Toomer’s Drugs and trees looking as if they are covered by snow.
On Hey Day at Auburn, students, faculty, and staff shout out “Hey!” and call to each other as they pass to class. Student volunteers hand out name tags to each student and faculty so that all can be called by name. It’s a community-building tradition that dates back to World War II.
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