My Ly | Podcast Editor
Destini Ambus and My Ly spoke to a few service workers in Auburn and heard how students coming back on campus has impacted them and their businesses.
Podcast editor My Ly talks with Editor in Chief Evan Mealins about the current state of COVID-19 and how it’s impacting Auburn students and the community as a whole.
For many students, this past summer has been filled with new experiences and opportunities, some academic and some just for fun. In this episode of Suite 1111, Trice Brown, Collins Keith and Katie Carroll spoke to a few of these students.
At the most recent City Council meeting, parents of students in Auburn City Schools came out to support its mask mandate, saying those who were protesting it were in the minority. Community reporter Caroline Craig explains what these parents had to say.
With a semester that will be fully in person for the first time in over a year, sophomores are facing many new experiences they missed out on.
Ross House Coffee and Roastery, housed in the historic building on Ross Street, will open up a second location on July 22. The new location will be located in the lobby of the 320 West Mag apartment complex near Chick-fil-A.
East Alabama Medical Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to debut the new Auburn Medical Pavilion in the Auburn Research Park on Friday.
More students have been on campus this semester than there have been since last March. The podcast team talked to students to ask how the pandemic has affected how they socialize now.