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The disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus, COVID-19, is bringing unprecedented impacts. Local officials — from nearby hospitals, the University and city governments — are taking rare precautions as the disease spreads. Below is a collection of news gathered by The Plainsman's staff. It will update as events warrant.
Former U.S. Sen. and former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who was an original supporter of President Donald Trump, who walked out on stage in Madison, Alabama, to announce his endorsement of the then long-shot candidate on a mission to bring America to its former greatness, has failed to see his support reciprocated.
The public hearing scheduled for March 31 regarding the construction of a proposed quarry in Opelika has been postponed, the Alabama Department of Environmental Management announced Tuesday. ADEM said that Creekwood Resources, the company that plans to open the quarry, requested the postponement.
East Alabama Medical Center announced Tuesday that before a patient enters the emergency room, they will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms.
Two Auburn basketball players were named All-SEC by the league’s coaches on Tuesday.
At its most recent meeting, the University’s coronavirus task force discussed how to best prepare if or when Alabama and Auburn see its first cases of COVID-19.
Auburn softball fell to Florida 11-0 Sunday's Game 3, completing a sweep for the Gators. The Tigers fall to 14-11 on the season.
In a competitive quad meet Sunday in New Hampshire, No. 15 Auburn finished second falling just 0.75 points short of Rutgers. Auburn finished with a 195.825.
A stuttering Auburn offense had been slowing this team down. Saturday morning, the Tigers started hot and stayed hot as they cruised past Tennessee 85-63.
Auburn is asking all faculty on campus to “deliver at least one class period remotely during the week of March 16” in order to gauge how well prepared the University is at handling a possible campus-wide closure caused by a potential spread of the coronavirus, according to an email sent by provost Bill Hardgrave to faculty and obtained by The Plainsman.
After a 6-0 victory the day before, Auburn looked to make another statement against Chicago State on Saturday.
According to a consumer price index posted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2016, the price of college textbooks has risen 87.5% from January 6, 2006, to July 2016.
Brown, black and yellow Labradors become prepared professionals through Auburn University's Canine Protective Services program, which saw $36,745 in funding as part of Tiger Giving Day. The program nourishes the dogs from birth to 12 months to see them lead a life of fighting crime.
After No. 17 Auburn’s 78-75 loss at home to Texas A&M on Wednesday, the sun still came up the next morning on an albeit cold and rainy day.
The women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships are now set and Auburn is sending nine of its members to Athens, Georgia, for the competition later this month.
Officials from East Alabama Medical Center hosted a press conference Thursday morning to discuss how they're working with the cities of Auburn and Opelika and with Auburn University to prepare for a potential spread of COVID-19.
Auburn’s winningest senior class in program history was one win away from perfection.
Auburn advanced past the first day in Greenville.
Porter Braswell is the CEO and co-founder of Jopwell, a technology platform that helps black, Latinx and Native American students find opportunities for career advancement. Braswell shared his story with Auburn students as part of the University’s Critical Conversations speaker series on March 3.
It’s the night of Super Tuesday. As people file into Auburn Oaks Farm, their voices echo through the large, open clubhouse. Discussion of the results that are trickling in can be heard all around, but the race that is mentioned most is the Alabama Senate race. They are all there to show their support for Tommy Tuberville.