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  • Campus women get political

    Campus women get political

    It’s no secret that women are a minority in politics. According to the Center for American Women and Politics, only 18.5 percent of the House seats are held by females, and only 20 percent of the Senate positions are led by women. The Elect Her event coming to campus Friday […]

  • Expectations are too low in math education

    Expectations are too low in math education

    A few weeks ago, Michael and I shared our thoughts on Common Core and the question of education reform, but that topic is so broad that I thought it merited more discussion, especially in light of some of the controversies that have flared up in the past few weeks over […]

  • Student repetoire shows to bring life to the stage with three plays

    Student repetoire shows to bring life to the stage with three plays

      As the semester draws to a close, an exciting time begins in the Meadows theatre as three student directors put on shows as their student repertoire productions. Three senior theatre students have been selected to design and direct plays on behalf of SMU’s Division of Theatre. This year, Kristen […]

  • Technology takes over the classroom

    Technology takes over the classroom

    iPads are flipping the traditional classroom. Mansfield ISD is paving the way for iPad education in North Texas.