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The City of Auburn has closed all City buildings to the public as of 5 p.m. Friday, March 20, in an effort to help prevent exposure to and the transmission of COVID-19. City buildings will be closed until April 5, according to a release from the City of Auburn.
While the coronavirus has shut down coaches from going on the road and recruiting, that doesn’t impact players from making their decisions. With J’Von McCormick, Samir Doughty, Danjel Purifoy, Austin Wiley and Anfernee McLemore all out of eligibility, Auburn will look to capitalize on a big recruiting class.
On Friday, Allen Greene was live via teleconference to give the latest updates surrounding Auburn athletics during the coronavirus pandemic. The Auburn Plainsman has put together some of his answers to the questions that we felt like readers would be interested in hearing about.
Once scheduled for April 2, Auburn University’s "Murals as Public Art” has been canceled until further notice due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Auburn University will continue to use online classes for the remainder of the spring semester, according to an email from President Jay Gogue.
With many stores running low on different household items, Jimmy Sharp, owner of John Emerald Distillery in Opelika, said he wanted to use his resources to serve others during these stressful times.
In an effort to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health issued statewide shutdowns of all public and private beaches, dine-in restaurants and bars and childcare facilities.
Beginning Thursday, East Alabama Medical center will move forward with a no-visitors policy with few exceptions in order to help halt the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19.
Just like the rest of collegiate athletics, Auburn football is without spring practices, team workouts and now A-Day, which has been cancelled. For head coach Gus Malzahn, his spring planning and preparing does not end, it just shifts focus to classwork and health.
After freshman Lauren Hansen announced that she entered the transfer portal earlier on Wednesday, Auburn will also be forced to replace Brooke Moore, who has also entered the portal, according to a report.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, East Alabama Medical Center announced that it is receiving a high volume of calls and filling up every time slot for its drive-thu testing center.
Even without the opportunity for postseason success, Auburn and Bruce Pearl continued to make history.
After just one season, freshman point guard Lauren Hansen has entered the transfer portal.
The primary runoff election between Jeff Sessions and Tommy Tuberville that was originally set for March 31 has now been rescheduled to July 14.
In Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, the Council demonstrated social distancing by setting up additional tables for Council members to spread out throughout the chamber.
Auburn City Council unanimously approved two resolutions that put the City of Auburn in a state of local emergency. Both were first shown to the Council during the Committee of the Whole, with a brief adjournment that allowed them to read the proposal.
Even if they can't come into work, all Auburn University employees — including student employees — will be paid during the campus closure caused by the spread of coronavirus, according to an email from Auburn University Human Resources.
Most research within Auburn University will continue and the COVID-19 campus closure will not cause many disruptions, according to James Weyhenmeyer, vice president for research and economic development.
Auburn University will continue to “conduct full university operations” during the COVID-19 outbreak, according to a letter sent to faculty and staff by Bill Hardgrave, Auburn University provost and senior vice president for academic affairs.
COVID-19 is here. There is no more normal.