Auburn's South Donahue Residence Hall will be home to the majority of the Tigers' athletes and football players started moving in on Wednesday.
Even though there is still work to be finished before the project is complete, on Wednesday Auburn
football players started moving into their new home at the South Donahue Residence Hall. With 420 beds it will allow the majority of Auburn's student-athletes to live within walking distance of the Auburn Athletic Complex and academic support services.
A view of the dorm from Plainsman Park.
The Donahue entrance to the courtyard at the South Donahue Residence Hall.
A view of the dorm with Samford Avenue running to the right and Donahue to the left.
Sammie Coates and Chad Slade begin the process of moving in. All of Auburn's underclassmen and the majority of the seniors on this year's team will be living in the dorm.
A view of the living area inside one of the suites, complete with flat screen TV and furniture.
Each corner of every floor has a study room. This one is on the fourth floor overlooking Plainsman Park.
An amphitheater is being built in the courtyard between the two main buildings of the South Donahue Residence Hall.
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