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Auburn ranked one of the top 100 places to live

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Based on its quality education, tight-knit community and other factors, the City of Auburn earned a spot on Livability’s 2018 Top 100 Best Places to Live. Auburn, the only Alabama city to make the list, ranked No. 93 with a LivScore of 605.

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Marvel says 'Black Panther' sequel is happening

NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. (EETV) - A sequel to the record-breaking "Black Panther" is "absolutely" happening according to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige. For now, Marvel Studios is gearing up for the release of "Avengers: Infinity War", which will feature King T'Challa and Wakanda. “Infinity War” is set to arrive in theaters April 27. 

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Poll: Are You Supportive of New Campus Dining Changes?

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn University recently announced some new changes in who will provide dining on campus. Aramark will replace Chartwells as the University's primary dinning contractor starting this summer.  In addition to the new contractor change, Panera Bread and Prevail Union are set to open campus locations in the coming months.  Are you looking forward to the new campus dining changes?


Web Extra: Behind the Scenes of Auburn Theater's Production of Chicago

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn University Theater's performance of the musical Chicago has sold out for all their performances. The show, which includes former Miss Alabama Meg McGuffin, is set in 1920s Chicago. Eagle Eye TV spoke to Ebony Strong, who plays Matron "Mama" Morton, about the performance and what goes into producing a Broadway show at Auburn. 


Pet of the Week: Catsy Cline

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Meet our Pet of the Week, Catsy Cline! Catsy is a little over two years old, and she's been with us for 112 days (almost four months!). We don't know why Catsy's been here so long; this girl is incredibly friendly and affectionate.


BSU ties student's common "thread" with campus demonstration

AUBURN, AL. (EETV) - Auburn's Black Student Union is working to show students unity through public art.  The Unity project took place on the Campus Green Friday allowing students to "weave" their story into the Auburn Family.  "It all starts with being an Auburn student", explains BSU Marketing Director Jayla Coleman, "It is the thing that ties us all together." The demonstration began with students tying a string to a pole in the center of a ring of poles, each with a different identifier attached to it.


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