Nicole Fulkerson | Campus Reporter
The westbound lanes of Heisman Drive, which runs from the Stadium Parking Deck to South Donahue Drive, will be closed starting March 2 through late August. The roads will close to enable the construction of the new 200-foot wide Jordan-Hare Stadium video board, the largest in college football history.
A student memorial is becoming more of a reality as the SGA student senate passed resolutions to initiate building a student memorial on campus. At its meeting Feb.
At its most recent meeting, the Auburn Board of Trustees approved the initiation of a project to build a two-building academic and laboratory complex to replace Allison Laboratory and Parker Hall.
At its last meeting, the board of trustees approved the initiation of a project to build a two-building academic and laboratory complex to replace Allison and Parker Halls.
Auburn students may never have to pay for textbooks again if the latest bill proposed by the SGA senate passes next week. At its meeting next Monday, Feb. 23, the SGA senate will vote on a proposed bill that could provide students with free or inexpensive online versions of textbooks.
Two 35-foot-tall live oak trees will be planted at Toomer's Corner Saturday, Feb. 14, but the University is asking fans to hold off on rolling until 2016. Landscapers are scheduled to begin planting the first oak at 7:30 a.m. and the University is inviting the public to attend.
A student memorial may be the newest building project for SGA according to Jackson Pruett, executive vice president of initiatives and senior in political science. The senate will vote on a proposal to begin working on a student memorial to honor the students, staff and alumni who have passed away at the next meeting, Feb. 16. If passed, the memorial will be constructed across from the president's mansion at the corner of Mell Street and Samford Avenue.
The University will be receiving a jumbo update with the approval of construction for largest video board in college football at the Auburn Board of Trustees meeting Friday, Feb. 6.
SGA elections will be Tuesday Feb. 10. Log on to AUAccess, click the campus life tab and follow the link to cast your vote.
The University Senate voted on and approved a proposal that will limit the number of times a student can repeat a class in which they receive a D or F at their meeting Tuesday, Feb. 3, in Broun Hall Auditorium.