Delaney Baro

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SPORTS 2/19/20 11:04pm

Auburn Falls to Unranked Georgia

No. 13 Auburn tried to sweep Georgia, but instead were upset by the unranked Bulldogs at Stegeman Coliseum 65-55. Georgia’s win ended their own four-game losing streak, while adding a second loss in a row to Auburn’s now 22-4 (9-4 SEC) record.

SPORTS 1/29/20 12:26am

Auburn Defeats Ole Miss 83-82 in Double Overtime

The No. 17 Tigers took down the Rebels at the Pavilion at Ole Miss Tuesday night 83-82. Motivated by two losses to Ole Miss last year, Auburn’s double overtime win was the third biggest comeback in program history, bringing their record to 18-2 (5-2 SEC).

SPORTS 11/16/19 11:20pm

Late Rally Falls Short Against Georgia

Auburn, AL (EETV)- The no. 12 Auburn Tigers hosted the no. 5 Georgia Bulldogs in the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry as they looked to knock the Dawgs out of playoff contention. The low-scoring game ended with the Bulldogs walking off victorious, 21-14. 

SPORTS 9/14/19 5:47am

Auburn Shut Out by Southern Mississippi

Auburn, Ala. (EETV) -  The Auburn Tigers hosted the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles at the Auburn Soccer Complex in the third game of their four-match homestand. The Tigers fell to the Golden Eagles with a final score of 2-0, ending their two-game winning streak and bringing them their first loss at home this season.

NEWS 10/26/18 10:50am

Auburn University students help build a Habitat for Humanity in local community

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - In the beginning of October, a group of students from Auburn University helped to build a Habitat for Humanity in the local Auburn-Opelika community.  The students both designed and constructed the home as part of a collaboration with Auburn’s School of Architecture, the McWhorter School of Building Science and AU’s Rural Studio program.  The local Auburn- Opelika Habitat for Humanity branch, along with a group from the Passive House Institute and the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety, also contributed to the project. In total, over 30 AU students participated in the project with local volunteers and the new homeowner, Michelle Robinson. What makes this home so different is that it was constructed for more energy efficient performance, as well as with an increased resilience to damage from severe storms. It is estimated that the annual savings in energy cost will be between 60-75%.  The architecture program at Auburn is working to establish a long-term housing option solution for local families that is affordable and balances the costs of construction, operation, and insurance.  The success of this new Habitat Home is one of their first steps towards reaching their goal.    

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