One last roll

auburn oaks

On Saturday, April 20, Auburn’s beloved oak trees were rolled for the last time following the annual A-Day football game. Thousands of dedicated Auburn alumni and fans descended upon the downtown corner at College St. and Magnolia Ave., as generations of fans have done before them. Andy Todd, ’87 mechanical engineering, who is a reliability leader with Georgia-Pacific, came prepared, toting nearly 400 rolls of tissue donated by the company for students in the College of Engineering and the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences to use for one last roll.

Headquartered in Atlanta with nearly 35,000 employees worldwide, Georgia-Pacific is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of tissue, packaging, paper, pulp, building products and related chemicals. The company produces familiar consumer brands, as well as various building products.

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