Today, Saint Augustine’s University announced a partnership with Capitol Broadcasting Company/WRAL-TV to support the Mass Communications and Journalism Department. Capitol Broadcasting Company/WRAL-TV has donated a financial gift close to $60,000 that will go towards equipment upgrades for the program.
RALEIGH, N.C. – Saint Augustine’s University opened conference play with two victories in three games in the CIAA Softball Round-Up at the Walnut Creek Softball Complex on Saturday, March 21, 2015. The Lady Falcons edged Elizabeth City State University 5-3, downed The Lincoln University 25-1 and lost to Chowan University […]
CHESAPEAKE, Va. – Saint Augustine’s University tied for fifth in the CIAA Women’s Bowling Championship at AMF Western Branch Lanes on Sunday, March 22, 2015. The Lady Falcons, seeded fifth, defeated No. 7 seed Johnson C. Smith University 4-2 in the elimination bracket, but lost to No. 2 seed Virginia […]
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Saint Augustine’s University won eight events including six on Saturday, March 21, 2015, in the Wake Forest Open outdoor track & field meet at Kenter Stadium. The men’s winners on the final day were sprinter Burkheart Ellis Jr. (Jr./Raleigh, NC), long jumper Alex Louden (Sr./Zebulon, NC) and […]
Saint Augustine’s University has implemented several sensible security measures, including restricting visiting hours, closing side gates around campus and more intensive screening at the guard station. Everyone who visits the campus must show a valid ID — either a student ID or a state-issued ID. However, the tougher parking restrictions […]
The North Carolina Public Interest Research Group (NCPIRG) is now accepting applications for its internship and training program based on campus. “We are looking for a few students passionate about making positive change,” said Dan DeRosa, Millennials Project Advocate for NCPIRG. “Saint Augustine students can run campaigns ranging from protecting our […]
When the Saint Augustine’s University men’s golf program was eliminated after the 2013 season, golfer Antonio Deese (Jr./Laurinburg, NC) was understandably disappointed. Now that golf is back for the 2015 season, Deese is anxious to hit the links again for the University.