April 2017

A senior’s journey comes to an end
April 2017 Opinion

A senior’s journey comes to an end

The conclusion of the 2017 spring semester is drawing near and there’s nothing more thrilling than knowing that the next chapter of your life is about to begin. As a graduating senior, the reflection on the past years that I’ve attended Saint Augustine’s University is filled with setbacks as well […]

Following up on Falcons
April 2017 News & Features

Following up on Falcons

Saint Augustine University approaching the end of the spring semester and the university is in the process of taking steps to improve the campus before the commencement ceremony, which will be held May 13th 2017 at a.m. Some changes that have already been made in the past year include a […]

Kyrie Herbert taking the lead
April 2017 Sports

Kyrie Herbert taking the lead

It is 4:30 p.m. on a Thursday, and coach Williams is gathered with 20 of his athletes at the George Williams complex at the Saint Augustine university. Kyrie Herbert, who is pursuing a career in track and field, Leads the stretches to all of the athletes on the field. The […]

HB2 Bill Repeal Proposal
April 2017 Opinion

HB2 Bill Repeal Proposal

Governor Roy Cooper has wasted little time making his presence felt after his narrow victory over former Governor Pat McCrory. With the recent repeal of the controversial HB2 bill that caused a backlash across the country, it’s safe to say that things are looking up for the citizens of North […]

Spring registration better than fall
April 2017 January 2017

Spring registration better than fall

Saint Augustine’s University’s spring semester registration went more smoothly than fall registration after administrators put into place changes to improve the process. Shawnee Brooks, a freshman, was among those who found the experience much more pleasant this semester. “Registration was very difficult for me last semester – it took me […]