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  • BREAKING: SMU graduate students aboard flight with Ebola patient

    BREAKING: SMU graduate students aboard flight with Ebola patient

    Two SMU graduate students were passengers aboard a Frontier Flight from Dallas to Cleveland that included Amber Joy Vinson, the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurse who later tested positive for Ebola, according to an announcement released by SMU this afternoon. The two students were not on the return flight to […]

  • The Effects of Caffeine

    The Effects of Caffeine

    Caffeine has become such an important part of the average American’s morning and, oftentimes, afternoons. According to a study by the US Food and Drug Administration, the average American consumes two to four amounts of coffee each day. The health benefits and health risks of caffeine have been hotly debated […]

  • Third candidate for Meadows dean pays SMU a visit

    Third candidate for Meadows dean pays SMU a visit

    The third candidate for the position of dean of Meadows School of the Arts is Xavier Costa, professor of architecture and founding dean of the College of Arts, Media and Design at Northeastern University in Boston. This year, Costa is also a visiting researcher at Harvard Graduate School of Design […]

  • Former President Bush performs coin toss at game against UC

    Former President Bush performs coin toss at game against UC

    Gerald Ford Stadium had two special guests at this week’s home game against the University of Cincinnati. Former President George W. Bush and former first Lady Laura Bush met the team captains midfield for the ceremonial pre-game coin toss. SMU won the coin toss but elected UC to receive the […]