The lawn of Cater Hall then and now. Adam Brasher

Changes through Auburn's history

Although the university is constantly evolving, Auburn's abundant traditions keep the university immersed in its history. Walking through campus provides a constant reminder of the university’s progress and rich history. Additionally, in the past twenty years, the Student Center, the Recreation and Wellness Center, and new residence halls have completely changed the landscape of campus. Changes, however, are not limited to the buildings on campus. Undoubtedly, athletics are another facet of Auburn that is constantly changing. From the construction of Jordan-Hare Stadium and its many expansions to the winning and losing seasons of each team, pride in our school remains. Much like our pride, Auburn’s game day traditions create an enduring experience that will likely withstand the test of time. Though administrators, professors, and students constantly come and go, each generation of Auburn men and women contribute to our Auburn Family traditions. Through each game day ritual, Hey Day, Cater callouts, and “War Eagle”, the Auburn traditions encompass the Auburn spirit and remind us of what was then even in the now.