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SAU family has a real-life Akeelah
April 2016 News & Features

SAU family has a real-life Akeelah

Many of us have seen “Akeelah and the Bee,” the movie about an African-American girl from Los Angeles who participates in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. How many know that Saint Augustine’s University has its own version of that movie? We can call it, “Bettie and the Bee.” Bettie Closs […]

Season never ends for 3-sport athlete
April 2016 News & Features

Season never ends for 3-sport athlete

Akera McPhaul has provided more than her share of athletic talent to Saint Augustine’s University. The sophomore from Greensboro has played three different sports this year. In the fall, she was an outside hitter for the volleyball team; during the winter she was a guard for the basketball team; and […]

Food kiosk finally opens in library
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Food kiosk finally opens in library

The long-awaited food kiosk opened this morning in the Prezell R. Robinson Library. The kiosk sells coffee, drinks, muffins and other assorted snacks and convenience foods and will function as  “grab and go” facility. Despite the limited menu, the kiosk was eagerly awaited especially because  the Grill — the only […]

SAU working on solving Wi-Fi complaints
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SAU working on solving Wi-Fi complaints

Austin Keith’s says he has trouble completing assignments that require internet access because Saint Augustine’s WI-Fi is often more crawling than lightning fast. “The internet is so slow sometimes I have to go somewhere off campus to finish my work.” Keith said. It may sound like an excuse, but Keith’s […]

Food options fail to appear
March 2016 News & Features

Food options fail to appear

Saint Augustine’s University has never has a lot of food options, so students and staff were excited in December to hear news of two new upgrades: An expanded and renovated Grill on the second floor of the MLK Center with more and better offerings, and a kiosk offering sandwiches, snacks, […]