September 2016

September 2016 Top story

Career Expo is today

      SAU’s University Career and Graduate School EXPO will be held today — Thursday Sept. 29 — in the Julia Chester Emery Gymnasium. The event, which runs from 10 am to 1 pm, will be a great opportunity for students to gain knowledge of and meet representatives of the […]

September 2016 Sports

Cannon, Thomas top SAU finishers in cross-country

RALEIGH, NC (Sept 25) – On Saturday, Mylene Cannon (Sr./Dallas, TX) and Nikolas Thomas (Fr./Suitland, MD) were Saint Augustine’s University’s top runners at the Greensboro Cross Country Invitational at Hagan Stone Park in Greensboro, N.C.   Cannon placed 18th out of 46 Division II female runners with a time of 22:34.1. […]

September 2016 Sports

Football team wins first league game

RALEIGH, NC (Sept 24) – Today, D.J. Johnson (So./Richmond, VA) threw four touchdown passes to lead Saint Augustine’s University past Lincoln University 35-31 in its CIAA football opener at the George Williams Athletic Complex. The win was the first for the Falcons (1-0 CIAA, 1-3 overall) this season after playing […]

September 2016 Sports

SAU wins home volleyball opener

RALEIGH, NC (Sept 22) – Tonight, Saint Augustine’s University overcame a sluggish start to trounce Johnson C. Smith University 3-1 in its home volleyball opener at Emery Gymnasium.   After losing the first set 25-13, the Lady Falcons regrouped to take the next three sets 25-18, 25-21 and 25-18. They […]

September 2016 Sports

Falcons fly at the Olympics

Saint Augustine’s University is known for dominating the CIAA, but its student-athletes can compete at the highest levels – Falcons are regulars at the Olympics. Four Falcon athletes took part in the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, representing Saint Augustine’s and their home countries. It was hardly the […]

News & Features September 2016

Big fish in a little pond

When Kendrick Cunningham was in high school in Charlotte, NC, a few years ago, he wanted to attend college at North Carolina A&T. That institution in Greensboro is about 10 times the size of Saint Augustine’s and is the largest HBCU in the nation. But Cunningham’s guidance counselor recommended Saint […]

News & Features September 2016

Falcon returns to the nest

Owen Forbes graduated from Saint Augustine’s University in 1997 but he has returned to the Falcon’s nest. Mr. Forbes started in the fall as Residence Hall Director for Falk Crest dorms. Mr. Forbes has 16 years of experience in residential life at several universities includingWinston-Salem State University, North Carolina Central […]

News & Features September 2016

New faces, new roles

As students and faculty returned to Saint Augustine’s University for the fall 2016, they were met with several changes in leadership among university administrators. Our guide includes name, title, contact information and a statement from each about their goals for or approach to their job. We hope it assists you […]