When her grandma tested positive for the coronavirus at 78-years-old, Caitlin Williamson’s world was suddenly filled with fear and uncertainty. Read about how her family’s struggle has brought them together, even when they’re forced to be apart.
Lexxi Clinton hopes to bring home the crown for SMU’s AKA chapter.
Learn more about one of SMU’s most unique living opportunities.
As the holiday season approaches and you find yourself wanting to give back, here are some organizations to keep in mind this December.
Mustang Heroes, SMU’s largest community service organization, is hosting its annual Heroes Week from Monday, November 18 to Friday, November 22.
SMU students got their groove on for six hours Saturday while raising money to support Dallas’s local pediatric hospital, Children’s Health. Plus, a celebrity guest makes an appearance.
Calling all Mustangs! Here’s how you can give back to the Dallas community.
Learn about a student-led group making a meaningful difference for underprivileged women in the Dallas community.
Spray tans, Speedos, and slabs of muscle filled the Hughes-Trigg Theater on April 5 as SMU students competed in the annual Mr. and Ms. SMU Bodybuilding Competition.
Best Buddies unites SMU students with buddies over candy bingo and fun conversation.