Keep the Pumpkin Carve Alive
The Auburn University School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture is looking for support to help offset the costs of our famous outreach event, Pumpkin Carve. Pumpkin Carve started 29 years ago as a studio project and has grown into one of the most celebrated events within our school. It is one of the biggest fundraisers of the year, and the proceeds assist in providing more opportunities for the architecture students and their surrounding community.
Students, faculty, and members of the community come out each year to participate in this all-day event. They carve pumpkins, have lunch, meet Aubie, and compete in a costume contest. Judges pick out the best pumpkins, which are then auctioned off. The event has been bringing people together for years, and it is part of our Auburn Tradition.
The proceeds from Tiger Giving Day will go directly to Pumpkin Carve expenses, and any funds raised over the given amount will go toward other important opportunities for our architecture students. We hope that you will help us make this another outstanding year for our those involved with the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture.