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Wicked Eats being replaced by Olilo

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Tiger Dining has made a new change to one of the Auburn University Student Center's largest dining venues. Wicked Eats by Cat Cora is being replaced with Olilo by Cat Cora.  According to a Christian Wallace with Auburn dining contract Aramark, the new change was due to .... The new Olilo concept will feature .... The change goes into effect immediately. 


Eagle Eye TV, UPC partnering to host Auburn Feud gameshow

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Eagle Eye TV is partnering with the Auburn University Program Council to host our award-winning game show Auburn Feud as part of the new Spring Welcome Week. The game show works like traditional Family Feud, with Auburn student organizations competing against each other. The event will be held in the Auburn Student Center Ballroom starting at 5pm on January 10. Additional information can be found on AU Involve.


Auburn hosts annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn University hosted its annual holiday lighting ceremony Sunday evening. Students and community members gathered on the front lawn of Samford Hall to listen to performances by various community groups. The even was hosted by Auburn University's Student Government Association.


Miss Auburn top five candidates announced

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- The top five candidates for the 2019 Miss Auburn were announced by the Student Government Association Wednesday. Madelyn Sullivan, Laura Davenport, Macy Armstrong, Kate Dorston and Kennedy McGhee. The five candidates will compete for the position during the spring 2019 SGA general election.  Miss Auburn serves as the university's official hostess and works alongside the War Eagle Girls and Plainsmen. The election will be held on February 5. 


Miss Auburn top 20 announced

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- The Auburn University Student Government Association announced the top 20 candidates in the running to be the next Miss Auburn.  Miss Auburn serves as the university's official hostess, working alongside the War Eagle Girls and Plainsmen. The top five candidates will be announced in the coming days; those candidates will run in the spring SGA general election. Full List:


ISO to host annual Peace Dinner Wednesday

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn University's International Student Organization will be hosting their annual Peace Dinner Wednesday evening in the Student Center Ballroom. According to ISO, the event is meant to expose student to different unique cultures along with meeting students from around the world.  Event organizers say that admission to the dinner will be free for all students.


Auburn Outreach to host hurricane relief drive

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn University Outreach's Office of Public Service will be partnering with the East Alabama Medical Center to host a collection drive for those impacted by recent Hurricanes. Officials will be collecting: 32-64 oz.


Auburn Cadets compete in Army Ten-Miler

WASHINGTON, DC. (EETV)- A group of 8 cadets from Auburn University's Army ROTC program traveled to Washington, DC to compete in the national Army Ten-Miler race on October 7.  The Army Ten-Miler is an annual event that started in 1985 and attracts over 400,000 civilian and military runners every year.


Which Wich owners give tips for game day

Auburn, Ala – The Sandwich shop Which Wich is opening a new store on Magnolia Avenue in the next couple of weeks and has a couple of game day sandwich tips for Auburn fans. One of their signature sandwiches “The Wicked” is what they claim to be the best for tailgating, filled with three different types of both meats and cheeses.


Dining town hall hosted Tuesday night

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn University's Student Government Association hosted a town hall on campus dining Tuesday night. Officials from Student Affairs and Campus Dining were available to answer student questions about new dining changes seen across campus.  Free food from campus dining venues was provided at the event. 


Beat Bama Food Drive to run until Nov. 15

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey kicked off the annual Beat Bama Food Drive Monday with a ceremony at the State Capitol Building. The project, which is in conjunction with the University of Alabama's Beat Auburn Beat Hunger, works to raise money and cans for food banks in the state. Cans and dollars raised by Auburn University students goes to the Food Bank of East Alabama and those raised by University of Alabama students goes to the West Alabama Food Bank.  Those interested in donating can drop food in the barrels located across campus or can donate funds by visiting 


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