On today’s Daily Update, another leader in the SAE fraternity speaks out about the racially motivated video that went viral, and if you’ve taken to the streets lately, you’ve probably experienced running over a pothole or two; we’ll take a look at what the city of Dallas is doing to […]Read more ›
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On today’s Daily Update, a bill is one step closer to becoming a reality that could affect every driver in Texas. Oklahoma tornadoes have caused major damage, and new evidence suggests that the Germanwings plane crash was not an accident. Plus more in campus news, sports and weather. All of […]Read more ›
On today’s Daily Update, new Boulevarding rules are changing the pre-game, a new app can help you take back those text messages you wish you didn’t send, and an interview with Carlton Adams, Student Body President nominee. All of this and more on your Daily Update.Read more ›
On today’s Daily Update, we talk March Madness, Student Senate elections, and Kraft’s recall of 6.5 million boxes of macaroni and cheese. We also spoke with members of the SMU basketball team about their heartbreaking loss to UCLA in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.Read more ›
On today’s Daily Update, the SMU men’s basketball team falls to UCLA in the final seconds of their first game in the NCAA Tournament, and watch parties took place all over campus and beyond. Also on today’s show, a Penn State fraternity is under investigation, the Cowboys sign defensive end […]Read more ›
The search is on for the next SMU Provost. The SMU Mustangs are in Louisville, KY getting ready for the Big Dance, plus president Obama has released his NCAA bracket predictions, we’ll show you his picks. In other campus news, today there will be a protest outside of the SAE […]Read more ›
The SMU Mustangs are NCAA bound, an open carry law has been approved by Texas Senate Republicans, and the Jesuit School of Dallas is reacting after one of its graduates was seen participating in a racially motivated fraternity video at the University of Oklahoma. All of this and more on […]Read more ›