How much longer does Mouledous plan to teach? “Well another sixty years, I expect,” said the professor.
Short skirts, bland food and safe drivers are some of the most interesting differences international student Rajesh Kumar remembers encountering when he arrived in Dallas. Kumar, a second year graduate … Read More
Lauren Ford typed up press lists, organized community calendars and learned how to strategize on social media during her internship at the George W. Bush Library and Museum last fall in 2014.
Two professors presented their research supporting an essential cure for dyslexia at this month’s Sampling Simmons luncheon, Curing Dyslexia: What is Possible, in Annette Caldwell Simmons Hall at noon on March 17, 2015.
This year’s Vagina Monologues consisted of attention grabbing cleavage, a sex worker’s thigh slapping moans, and vulvas made of tissue paper lining Hughes Trigg’s Theater.
This March, the Women and LGBT Center is hosting its 50th Annual Women’s Symposium featuring an equal pay spokeswoman who inspired President Obama’s first bill signed into law.
SMU Women’s Center is celebrating their 50th annual Women’s Symposium on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. The theme this year is We’ve Shaped Our History: Let’s Create Our Future! The Symposium’s … Read More
It can be found in Dallas-local Whole Foods Markets, ready to pile into a take-out box in the prepared food section. It looks, shreds, feels and tastes just like chicken, … Read More
At Student Senate’s last meeting of the semester on April 15, the majority of Senate members denied a bill written by Student Body Vice President Jaywin Singh Malhi that proposed … Read More
Besides Dedman Center becoming noticeably more crowded, students like Sydney Maners, sophomore and advertising major at SMU, are making changes to their eating habits as they get in shape for soaking up the sun.