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 […]


Internships and their exposure

Internships are considered an important part of the college experience because, for all the learning in the classroom, practical experience is often the best way to learn. Saint Augustine’s University, like most colleges, requires an internship to graduate in all majors of study. Not only do internships give students a […]

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 […]

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 […]

October 2016 Opinion

New museum is especially important to HBCUs

The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture held its grand opening on September 24, 2016 in Washington, D.C. After Thirteen years after being authorized to build, the 400,000-square-foot building was finally constructed on a five-acre site on the National Mall, close to the Washington Monument. Standing in […]

Opinion September 2016

Generation Z: The butt stops here

EDITOR’s NOTE: The Falcon Forum is publishing this op-ed on behalf of the Truth Initiative, a Washington, D.C.-based organization dedicated to “speaking, seeking and spreading the truth about tobacco.” Our generation—aka Generation Z—is faced with a shrinking middle class and high teen unemployment. We’re coming of age in a world […]

April 2016 Opinion

HBCUs Are Relevant: Black Grads Matter!

These days, many people think that historically black colleges and universities are not as relevant as they were when they came into existence over 100 years ago. In fact, many people believe that HBCUs should not only be for African Americans and should become more diverse. I say they are […]