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Practitioners of suspension say the method is therapeutic.
It's Saturday Night!
More and more Protestants are attending Saturday services in lieu of the traditional Sunday service. Highland Park United Methodist Church recently joined this growing club.
Head Start school in South Dallas provides hope for children
The crime-driven South Dallas has seen drastic change in the recent years, causing hope for the children in these underprivileged communities.
I Think I Do
With a diverse student body from around the country, SMU students have mixed feelings about getting married after graduation.
I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for Carnival Barker’s
Two unlikely young professionals start their own ice cream business that will leave you begging for more.
Summer in Dallas
Fun things to do around SMU if you're in summer school
There are tons of activities within road tripping distance from SMU. Awesome cities yet to be explored, amusement parks of all kinds, outdoor adventures and tons of different restaurants to try. While some trips might be minutes away others might be better suited for a weekend. Keep reading to find out the next place to put on your bucket list.
UNT Dallas promising athletics and more in near future
University of North Texas in Dallas looks to students for growth and development.
Texas Poker Players Hope New Bill is a Full House
With the popularity of poker on the rise, Texas lawmakers are attempting to pass a piece of legislation that would give players a reason to keep their money in state.
Computer Banning: A Complicated Issue
As the number of students discovering various social media outlets in recent years has increased, so has the number of teachers banning computers from classrooms.
Meadows’ arts-entrepreneurship minor making impossible dreams come true
In its second year at SMU, the new Meadows minor has helped creative students become business savvy.
The Carolyn Barta You Need to Know
Over a span 39 years at The Dallas Morning News, Carolyn Barta worked her way to reach her dream of covering government and politics. She paved the way for women journalists as she worked through the barriers present at the time against women. Today, as a professor of practice at SMU, Barta continues to leave behind a legacy with her students.
Blogging in the Professional World
Blogs are not just a fun way to express thoughts; they are playing a key role in the educational and professional worlds.
The Fierce and Fabulous Jan Strimple
The always-candid Jan Strimple shares how she rose to be Bob Mackie’s muse and Dallas’ premiere event producer—not to mention a mentor, philanthropist and wife.
The man behind the white golf cart… and SMU parking tickets
Richard Holloway is the Parking Supervisor at SMU—and his little white golf cart is a staple around campus. Many students know Holloway as the parking patron who writes them tickets, but there is much more to this dedicated SMU employee.
A Scout in a Media Man’s World
Bryan Broaddus, former NFL scout and personnel man, has transitioned to work on another side of sports-- the media.
New Restaurant and bar to open in Uptown this summer
Two SMU alum and fraternity brothers bring a unique dining experience to Uptown this summer.
Hopeful International Entrepreneur Battles the Clock
International students must overcome many factors in order to succeed, often including a language barrier and a culture shock. Michael Tran is one example. He has overcome these factors and has the perfect business plan, but he is facing a new problem — time.
Tri Delta Alumnae Help Create SMU’s Newest Chapter House
Amidst the many new constructions on campus is the soon-to-be complete, newly rebuilt Tri Delta chapter house—a project driven by alumnae support.
Pre-Workout Stimulant Supplements Issued Dangerous by F.D.A
Some popular supplements containing the stimulant ingredient dimethylamylamine have been made illegal by the Federal and Drug Administration due to potentially deadly risks.
A Scout in a Media Man's World
A feature on Bryan Broaddus, former NFL scout and personnel man, and the transition he has made to work on the media side of sports.
SMU students with notable backgrounds speak about their identities
SMU students speak about their experiences and challenges they have faced because of their notable backgrounds.
Texting and driving ban could become state law in Texas
SMU freshman Charlie Weber said he watched in horror as his friend snuck in a text while driving down Hillcrest Road in Dallas. Weber, a Kansas native, has been accustomed to a ban on texting while driving, and back home it was rare to see friends or family pull out their phone on the road.
Economic incentives attract major businesses to South Dallas
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said he’s pleased with the recent developments in one of the city’s up-and-coming areas.
Young politicians seeking political power
Despite the obstacles they face, young people running for political office are attempting to defy the lagging political involvement of their age group.
What will it take to raise attendance at SMU sporting events?
SMU Athletics is trying everything to get students to attend games on the Hilltop.
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