Saturday, October 24, 2015

Autumn at Purdue!

Hail, Hail to Old Purdue! All hail to our old gold and black!....And red, orange, and yellow! It's finally fall here on campus, and it's quite a sight. After my three exams this week (yes, three), I took some time to smell the roses and enjoy the changing colors on campus that I wouldn't be able to enjoy in my hometown in southern California.

Changing colors in front of Lilly Hall of Life Sciences, home of Purdue Agronomy!

 The changing season brings more to Purdue's campus than pumpkin pie in the dining courts and PSL's at Starbucks. Fall festivals, Starry Night, the College of Agriculture Hog Roast, pumpkin carving with the Agronomy Club, and hiking in Happy Hallow Park or Prophetstown State Park, are just a few of the awesome fall activities around campus. These past few weeks have had everyone savoring the comfortable weather and enjoying Purdue festivities!

Purdue's bell tower on a crisp, clear October morning

Enjoy autumn, and Boiler up!!

--Hailey Edmondson, Plant Genetics '17

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