The patron Saint of Saint Augustine’s University is Augustine of Hippo. Saint Augustine was born on November 13, 354 CE in Thagaste, Numidia, a province in North Africa which is present day Algeria. Saint Augustine is one of the most famous and influential theologians and writers of Western Christianity. He was a strong supporter of the poor and a defender of orthodox Christianity. To learn more about Augustine of Hippo, click HERE.
The Rev. Canon Angela S. Ifill, Missioner for Black Ministries in the Episcopal Church, and the Rev. Canon James G. Callaway, D.D., General Secretary for The Colleges
Junior biology majors Colleen Bramwell (Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies) and De’Asia Lewis (Carrollton, Ga.) in the School of Sciences, Mathematics
DeAsia Lewis, a junior majoring in biology from Carrollton, Ga. won two awards, best poster and overall presentation, at the National Institute
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