November 2014

Music Videos: How Far Have They Come?
November 2014

Music Videos: How Far Have They Come?

Carolyn West, associate professor of psychology at the University of Washington, Tacoma, made an important observation with this statement: “Many adults are quite ignorant about what’s out there. We can’t afford to pretend it doesn’t exist.” The observation certainly applies to music videos. When I was younger, I became concerned […]

Lyceum Series-Thursday Nov. 20th
November 2014

Lyceum Series-Thursday Nov. 20th

On Thursday November 20th Reverend Robert Taylor , rector at Saint Ambrose Episcopal Church in Raleigh, NC came to speak as part of the Lyceum Series at SAU. He discussed the history of Saint Augustine Hippo. Throughout his presentation, he used five different songs of rap, gospel, and an old […]

Jolliffe scores career-high 27 points In SAU loss
November 2014

Jolliffe scores career-high 27 points In SAU loss

WEST LIBERTY, WVa. – Raheem Jolliffe (Sr./Fayetteville, NC) scored a career-high 27 points for Saint Augustine’s University in a 105-61 non-conference men’s basketball loss to top-ranked West Liberty University in the MEC/CIAA Challenge at the Academic, Sports and Recreation Complex Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014. Jolliffe surpassed his previous career high of 20 points […]

SAU wins prestigious scholarship — again
November 2014

SAU wins prestigious scholarship — again

Clayshawn Marie Moore, a senior Journalism and Mass Communication major from Houston, Texas, has won the prestigious 2015 Ailes Rising Apprentice scholarship from Fox News. The scholarship, which is awarded to two minority students from across the nation, includes a $10,000 education grant and an internship at the Fox News […]

Election results were disappointing
November 2014

Election results were disappointing

The results from this previous election for North Carolina’s U.S. senator were very disappointing. Kay Hagan lost to Thom Tillis. It disappoints me because I know that the results could have been better if my young black peers would have voted. Kay Hagan was a supporter of planned parenthood while […]

Lyceum Leadership Series continues
November 2014

Lyceum Leadership Series continues

      On Thursday, Nov. 20, at 11 a.m. in Emery Gymnasium at Saint Augustine’s University, the guest speaker for the next event in the Lyceum Leadership Series Program will be The Reverend Robert Jemonde Taylor, rector at Saint Ambrose Episcopal Church, Raleigh, N.C. Rev. Taylor will discuss the […]

HBCUs in the 21 century
November 2014

HBCUs in the 21 century

I attended the first Wednesday at the library series program and got a lot out of it. The topic was Relevance of HBCUs in the 21st century and the guest panelists were Dr. F. Perna Carter, dean of the School of Business and Technologyat Saint Augustine’s University; Lt. Col. Joseph […]

Volleyball Season Ends on High Note
November 2014

Volleyball Season Ends on High Note

Raleigh N.C. – The Saint Augustine’s University Lady Falcons volleyball team season came to an end Friday, Nov. 14, 2014 as they lost in the Quarter Final of the CIAA Tournament to Chowan 3-0 (16-25, 16-25, 17-25) at Capel Arena on the Fayetteville State University campus. Olivia Porter (So./Bakersfield, CA) […]