Walking around campus you will notice the bright green leaves beginning to turn different shades of yellow, magenta, crimson and even Aggie orange. The season of pumpkin spice lattes, hoodies, football games and s’mores around the campfire is finally upon us. Last Wednesday, the season of fall officially began with the autumn equinox. As summer weather turns into sweater weather, CTV 11 weather anchor Elizabeth Prasse discovers what several Rams are looking forward to most about this season and, of course, how they like their pumpkins.
About Liz Prasse
An outgoing optimist who desires to make the world a better place through her communication skills, passion for life, & work ethic. She inspires people to become their best selves while accomplishing her own goals. As an effective communicator who realizes everyone faces adversity, Liz "Positive" Prasse overcomes challenges & betters herself while supporting those around her. Tune into CTV 11 weeknights at 7 for the latest news, sports, and weather!
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