RALEIGH, NC (NOV. 28, 2017) – Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) has joined #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide. SAU seeks to raise $5,000 to go towards the institution’s annual fund, which contributes […]
Saint Augustine’s University is joining Giving Tuesday this year and many in the community could not be more excited. Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media. This event will kick off the charity season. The celebration is on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, […]
Its that time of year again: The leaves are changing colors, Homecoming is over, and the weather is finally dipping below 80 degrees. It is also the time of year that we must begin preparing for spring registration. Many times, before, university administrators have said that they have dealt with […]
The Falcons’ football team is on a two-game winning streak – a big improvement over last year, when they only won one game the while season.
Next week will mark our 150th homecoming for Saint Augustine’s University and the campus will be jammed pack with events and activities. Homecoming runs from October 22 to October 28 and this year’s “Blue and White Experience” aims to provide a fun and exciting event for students and alumni. The […]
Threatening skies forced the 2017 commencement inside Emery Gymnasium but that did not damper the mood as 123 students graduated from Saint Augustine’s University on May 13.
In life physical activities are inevitable. We do physical activities everyday through out our day to day lives from walking through out our houses to running to the car when we are late for work. Although we all move and get physical from time to time there are some who […]
Saint Augustine University finally has a new and exciting hangout spot on campus – the Student Center has opened upstairs at the MLK building. It was officially launched with a ribbon cutting on Nov. 18 presided over by Dr. Gaddis Faulcon, Vice President for Enrollment and Student Affairs. The center, […]
By Kendall Morrison The cancellation of a party this past weekend that was supposed to be part of Spring Fling has frustrated students and caused some to ask whether student leaders are working hard enough to make campus entertainment events successful. The Campus Activities Board and the Sophomore Council were […]
By Amber Hagin Natalie Bullock-Brown, an assistant professor in the Media and Communications Department, first got the idea for her documentary when her 10-year-old daughter told her, “I don’t like my nose.” Ms. Bullock-Brown realized that her daughter’s perception of beauty was being shaped by the fact that she attended […]