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The Auburn University Panhellenic Council posted a revised recruitment schedule on its social media pages on Tuesday, June 16.
Mayor Ron Anders and Mayor Pro Tem Beth Witten signed a proclamation recognizing Juneteenth as an important day to the community.
Opelika and Auburn community members and several hundred citizens gathered at the Opelika Courthouse Square behind the Lee County Courthouse to hold a Juneteenth celebration on Friday afternoon.
New and returning resident assistants for fall 2020 are now going to be trained remotely and in a much shorter time frame than in previous years because of COVID-19. The new training is scheduled for July 25-30 and will be performed remotely, unlike in past years, where the training has been two weeks long and in person.
The Auburn University Senate met on Tuesday afternoon over Zoom to speak about the fall 2020 semester and how recent events are impacting campus. Some discussion focused on the University's revised fall academic calendar, as well as President Jay Gogue's hopes at better resolving 'racial inequities' on campus, but much of the meeting covered how the University plans to ensure safe health practices and social distancing when students and faculty return en masse.
Provost Bill Hardgrave shared in an Auburn University Senate meeting on Tuesday afternoon over Zoom that the fall 2020 semester on-campus will end by Thanksgiving. The semester will begin on Aug. 17 as originally planned and end face-to-face on Nov. 24, the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, according to Hardgrave.
Jay Gogue, Auburn's president, announced on Tuesday that he is forming two different groups to look at the names on University buildings and other ways that Auburn can address "racial inequities that exist."
A fourth Auburn player is moving to the next level after catcher Matt Scheffler signed with the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday.
Auburn basketball returns this summer, kind of. War Tampa, a basketball team filled with four Auburn alumni: Horace Spencer, Bryce Brown, Laron Smith and Desean Murray made the cut for The Basketball Tournament or TBT. War Tampa was one of 24 teams selected out of the 120 team field.
Auburn University detailed plans on Tuesday morning for its combined spring and summer 2020 commencement on Aug. 8.
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Now three members of Auburn’s 2020 team will get an opportunity to play professional baseball after right-handed pitcher Ryan Watson signed a free-agent contract with the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday.
The 2021 recruiting train keeps rolling for Auburn with 3-star tight end Landen King committing on Monday. King is the 10th commit in the 2021 class for Auburn.
After being selected with the 142nd pick by the Chicago White Sox, Bailey Horn joins the growing list of Auburn pitcher to be drafted.
Just a day after Tanner Burns was drafted to the Indians, Auburn lefty Bailey Horn is headed to the Windy City to join the White Sox.
Auburn University released a set of guidelines on Thursday afternoon for summer campus events as it looks to reopen for on-campus instruction on June 29. Most events will only be allowed fewer than 50 people in attendance, though a few larger events may take place "provided the events ensure appropriate physical distancing," the University said.
The University said in a statement on Wednesday that it plans to "avoid layoffs" in the upcoming academic year despite the financial restraints that have come as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With marches and protests against the historical systems of racial injustice taking place across the country, some local eyes have turned to the names on University buildings.