Two shot Friday night in Auburn

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn Police responded to a shooting along Holmes Avenue Friday night. According to police spokesperson Lorenza Dorsey, two adult males suffered non life threatening injuries and were transported to a Columbus hospital. Police say it appears the incident was brought about by an altercation.


Theft reported on Auburn's campus Wednesday

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn Police are investigating after a theft was reported on Auburn University's campus Wednesday. The theft was said to have occurred in the 300 block of the West Thatch Concourse.  According to the police incident report, two lamps, a computer monitor, an office table and an office chair were stolen. 


Auburn MBA program receives third place in National Case Competition

Auburn, Ala. (EETV) - In a statement released by the university, Auburn’s MBA program received third place in a two-day competition against some of the nation’s top graduate business programs in the 12th Annual National MBA Case Competition in Ethical Leadership. Students Julia Domanico, Veronica Elder, Francisca Norregard and Caroline Harrell represented Auburn, earning the student team $1,000. The competition required students to formulate recommendations to present to judges in 24 hours based on cases assigned on the first day.


Former White House press secretary speaks to Auburn students

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs spoke to students Thursday night as part of the Emerge Delta Speaker Series. Gibbs, who served during the first term of former President Barack Obama and currently serves as the executive vice president and global chief communications officer of McDonald's, was born and raised in Auburn.


NPHC advocating for legacy plaza

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn University's National Pan-Hellenic Council is advocating for a new legacy plaza on campus. Student Government Association Senator Ada Ruth Huntley introduced a resolution during Monday's meeting advocating for the plaza. The resolution reads, "National Pan-Hellenic Council legacy plazas are found on college campuses across the country, particularly historically black colleges and universities, in order to recognize the role these organizations have played in enhancing campus culture." Outgoing NPHC President Julius Hammond said that the plaza is still in the planning stages and that the resolution is a way to show student support for the project. Ole Miss is currently the only Southeastern Conference university to have a NPHC plaza.


Alabama's first dog passes away

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (EETV)- Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey's dog Bear died today according to a statement from the governor's office. Officials say that the 14 year old chow mix passed following ongoing health issues. Ivey adopted Bear from a local vet in 2005 after he was hit by a car.


Auburn University President Steven Leath appointed to APLU

Auburn, Ala. - Auburn University announced in a statement that President Steven Leath has been appointed to the Secretary of the Council of Presidents of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU). The ALPU is a policy organization that represents and advocates for the 239 public and land-grant institutions.


President Leath outlines goals in State of the University address

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn University President Steven Leath gave his 'State of the University' address during Tuesday night's University Senate meeting. Leath discussed some of the new initiatives his team is working to implement in the coming months. “These efforts are critical to providing the best student experience in higher education, and ensuring that while here, our students are transformed from inquisitive scholars to engaged citizens,” Leath said. Leath also mentioned some of the new partnerships Auburn has launched with government and corporate organizations. “The investments we’re making today will allow us to collaborate with a broader range of organizations tomorrow,” said Leath. Leath also talked about Auburn's strategic planning process.


Former Auburn baseball player arrested Sunday

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Former Auburn University baseball player Joshua Myron Anthony was arrested on drug charges Sunday. According to Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones, Anthony was arrested by the Opelika Police Department. Opelika Police Department spokesperson Shane Healy told in a statement to Eagle Eye TV... Anthony played both third and first base during the 2018 season.


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