A fatal shooting by the Shell gas station on Lovers Lane occurred the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 5.
SMU announced the launch of “SMU Ignited,” a new $1.5 billion campaign that aims to boost SMU’s research standing, provide greater financial support and increase the university’s community partnerships.
Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith wants to “bring Texas to the world, and the world to Texas,” with the paper’s annual “TribFest” featuring major speakers like Pete Buttigieg, Beto O’Rourke, Karl Rove, and more.
SMU re-mandates masks indoors as the Delta variant drives surges of COVID-19 cases in Dallas.
Despite SMU’s hopes to conduct a fully in-person fall semester free of mask mandates and COVID-19 protocols, recent case surges in Texas have led SMU Faculty Senate to adopt resolutions urging SMU to re-instate masking, require vaccination, and improve building ventilation before the fall semester begins.
The pandemic’s push online was initially borne out of necessity, but now educators are looking at the ways they can continue to implement the lessons from online learning to improve education and combat institutional inequities.
SMU law alumni Patricia and Mark McCloskey, monikered the “Gun Couple” on social media plead guilty to misdemeanor charges and gave up the weapons they brandished among racial justice protesters last June.
SMU’s plans to build a new graduate school building have been met with resistance by surrounding University Park residents.
The SMU Daily Campus, SMU Look, and SMU-TV took home a total of 16 awards at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association’s award ceremony, which recognizes excellence in student media from universities across the state.
Eric Andre’s newest hidden-camera prank film “Bad Trip” brings his brand of absurdity and surreal humor to the road movie genre and unsuspecting civilians across the U.S.