News & Features

Dr. Ward is a convention delegate
April 2016 News & Features

Dr. Ward is a convention delegate

With the presidential campaign in full swing and with Saint Augustine’s University President Everett B. Ward being a well-known political junkie (he was a former high-ranking official of the Democratic National Committee), the Falcon Forum decided to sit down with Dr. Ward and discuss his political views and influences and […]

Campus food options expand
April 2016 News & Features

Campus food options expand

Both of the new food options on campus are finally open. The renovated Grill reopened at noon on Monday, April 4, after more than five months of renovation. “I love the remodeling,” said Chris Acevedo, a senior theater major. “I love the way they made it look. We’ve been waiting […]

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 […]