Trice Brown | Campus Editor
Spring graduates can contribute personal photos to a mosaic of Auburn's logo and take photos in front of Samford and Langdon Hall through virtual backgrounds. Graduates will also receive commemorative gift boxes in the mail starting next week.
The plan is administered by Tuition Management Systems and will provide an alternative for students who are paying larger term payments and help limit student borrowing.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, students who often spent multiple nights a week playing Dungeons and Dragons on campus or in each other's homes are having to adapt the game to an online format.
Refunds will be made to a student's eBill account via direct deposit to their bank accounts.
According to the email, students will be able to opt into “S/U” grading on a course-by-course basis by working with their academic advisors.
Programs and events have been cancelled through Saturday, March 28 at the earliest. The City will reevaluate cancellations and closures at that time.
Beauregard residents are struggling and grieving a year after deadly tornadoes ripped through their homes, killing 23 of their neighbors and loved ones. “I knew it was going to be difficult," said William Baugh. "I just didn’t expect it to be this bad."
“One thing that’s been important to our team has been closing as many books as we can,” said Mary Margaret Turton. “That way, the next team is able to open up their own chapters.”
Kathy Ann Whitfield, a 60-year-old woman from Columbus, was arrested on Feb. 17, 2020, at a residence in Lee County. She was transported to the Lee County Detention Facility and was later released on a $50,000 bond.
“If you believe what the Bible says, you would believe that we do have the ability to affect the planet,” said Katharine Hayhoe, an evangelical Christian and world-renowned climate scientist.