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The Auburn City Council has called a special meeting to be held Thursday, March 26 at 2 p.m., the City announced Wednesday. The Council will discuss commercial loan assistance for local businesses struggling amid the current state of closures and restricted operations due to the coronavirus.
Update: Wednesday 9:08 p.m. — East Alabama Medical Center said it has nine people hospitalized with COVID-19. One of them is from a nursing home, according to the hospital. There are also 25 additional people who are currently hospitalized with suspected COVID-19 as of Wednesday afternoon, according to EAMC.
Students who were in University residence halls will be issued prorated refunds of their remaining housing fees for the spring semester, University Housing said in an email that was sent to residents and obtained by The Plainsman. The decision was made after Provost Bill Hardgrave announced remote instruction will continue for the rest of the semester.
Updated 6:45 p.m. — In an email sent by Auburn University Housing Director Kevin Hoult to students and obtained by The Plainsman, Hoult said that students can pick up their items from their dorms any weekend between March 27-29 to June 26-28.
Auburn University will provide prorated refunds for student's remaining dining dollars, according to an email sent to students.
An Auburn University student has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to Fred Kam, the medical director for the Auburn University Medical Clinic.
Despite cutting their season short, two Auburn gymnasts junior Drew Watson and sophomore Derrian Gobourne were selected as Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association (WCGA) All-Americans.
Mayor Ron Anders is urging residents to stay home after East Alabama Medical Center CEO Laura Grill informed him that the hospital's beds are beginning to fill.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in every 59 children is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
The spread of the coronavirus and the corresponding isolation and possible time off of work or school means something different for each of us: more time to focus on a different job, binge-watching Netflix or compulsively keeping up with the news.
The College of Veterinary Medicine and its student workers are still working, despite the University closing. The college's teaching hospitals, located in Auburn and Gulf Shores, Alabama, have made adjustments to transition to "a period of restricted operations," according to their website.
Pride on The Plains is canceling or postponing several upcoming events in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayor Ron Anders is encouraging residents to stay at home after receiving updates Sunday regarding the current state of Lee County and the COVID-19 virus from East Alabama Medical Center CEO Laura Grill.
Following an 11-18 season, Auburn women’s basketball will have some major work to do, not just with the struggles on the court, but now the team has seen seven different players leave the program.
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When Auburn University made the decision to switch to online classes for the remaining of the spring 2020 semester, a lot of students packed their belongings and chose to complete their coursework at home.
Opelika City Schools will begin providing free meals to students on Monday, March 23 for children 18 years old and under, according to a release from Opelika City Schools.
In many parts of the country, citizens are being asked to stay inside to prevent further spread of COVID-19. This will last for the foreseeable future, and while it helps cut down on those infected by the disease, it still poses a different kind of threat: a threat to mental health.
After it was announced that students will not return to campus for the remainder of the spring semester, Auburn University Provost Bill Hardgrave said students will have an option to convert their course grades to an “S” for satisfactory or “U” for unsatisfactory at the end of the semester.
Auburn City Schools has partnered with the Auburn Dream Center to provide meal boxes to families in need.
The Auburn Public Library will close to the public and transition to a community resource center beginning Friday, March 20, at 5 p.m., according to a release from the City.