February 2017

Falcons dominate weekly track & field awards
February 2017

Falcons dominate weekly track & field awards

Saint Augustine’s University dominated the CIAA indoor track and field weekly honors announced Feb. 9, winning five out of six awards. In the women’s division, Ornella Livingston (Sr./St. Ann, Jamaica) was named runner of the week, Shakinah Brooks (Sr./Raleigh, NC) was chosen field athlete of the week and the legendary […]

February 2017

Baseball team rallies for its first win

CARY, NC – On Sunday, Feb. 5, Saint Augustine’s University rallied from a four-run deficit to beat the University of Virginia’s College at Wise 8-6 in the first game of a baseball doubleheader at the USA Baseball National Training Complex. The victory was the first of the season for the […]

A Tale of Two Seasons
February 2017

A Tale of Two Seasons

      With only a few games left, Saint Augustine University’s women’s and men’s basketball teams are having two different seasons. The Lady Falcons are having a very disappointing and unusual season.

Raleigh company creates internship with SAU
February 2017

Raleigh company creates internship with SAU

A Raleigh company has established an internship for Saint Augustine’s University students. The company, FirstPoint Resources, is located in west Raleigh and provides services for trade associations. The company has taken on its first two interns, senior Kelvin Mitchell and sophomore Sharif Benis, who start work this month, focusing on […]

SAU launches celebration of 150th year
February 2017

SAU launches celebration of 150th year

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) kicked off its yearlong sesquicentennial celebration with its 2017 Founders’ Day Convocation. The celebration was launched with the founder’s Day Convocation, held Jan. 24 at Emery Gymnasium. Held annually as a day to honor the university’s founders and their legacies, students, faculty, staff, and alumni joined […]

Trump’s ban on Muslim countries must go
February 2017 Opinion

Trump’s ban on Muslim countries must go

President Donald J. Trump recently issued a temporary ban of travel against seven countries heavily rooted in Muslim faith. This action was taken by executive order and affects the following countries: Syria, Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Somalia and Sudan. The purpose of this ban, President Trump stated, is to “protect […]