Students might complain that there's little to do in Auburn. The entertainment section of the 1976 Glomerata seems to agree. "The essence of Auburn ... The Spectacular" is the section and this is the first photograph.
This is looking west down Magnolia, at the old War Eagle Theatre, which has been well discussed in this section of the site (here and here). The sign is askew because of Hurricane Eloise, which landed on Auburn the day before fall classes started.
Remember, this would have been my mother's freshman year, and an odd coincidence. Hurricane Opal landed on Auburn just weeks after classes started my freshman year two decades later. Both were still hurricanes when they struck Auburn, some 170 miles inland. Of the two Eloise seemed the most destructive, based on wind gusts.
Down Magnolia you see a hint of Ramsey Hall, an engineering building on the left, and the theater on the right. The movie The Appy H oker was a poorly received comedy based on the book by the same name.
You wonder what student ended up finding that missing H and O.