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The world is your fitness studio

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by Kelsey Gwinn As SMU students, we are privileged with opportunities to travel the world. We have programs in Bali, Costa Rica, Germany, Italy, Japan, London, Madrid, Prague, Rome and so many more that would likely fill an entire passport. This summer, I was ... More »

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Jackie Chan is still the man in ‘The Foreigner’

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by John Sullivan Jackie Chan has done it again with his performance in “The Foreigner,” reminding action and drama fans of his ability to deliver a memorable performance. A dramatic take on action thrillers, “The Foreigner” is a darker and more sinister return... More »

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Visiting artist talks role of women in art

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by Jade Taylor Women have historically been shut out from the male-dominated art world. However, Jenni Sorkin, art historian and associate professor at the University of California at Santa Barbara, is interested in the post-war era, which is when female artis... More »

IFC president responds to KA opinion piece

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by Zach Plemenos, IFC President A Daily Campus contributor published an article regarding the suspension of one of IFC’s organizations, Kappa Alpha Order. While the article itself includes misinformation and undue animosity towards Greek life, it gives the fol... More »

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Tips and tricks for the most eye-catching resume

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by Sara Habbas Only a little over two months is left until December commencement and while it’s arguably the most bittersweet moment, it’s time to get down to business—creating a brand for yourself on paper, aka a solid resume. Here are a few words of advice t... More »

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‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ evokes tears, laughs

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by Kara Fellows A fading New York sculptor’s retrospective showing at his alma mater turns quickly into a retrospective on his life in Noah Baumbach’s “The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected).” When Howard Meyerowitz’s (Dustin Hoffman) adult children come ba... More »