In the world of finance, there’s a rule known as the “Chinese Wall.” It refers to the information barrier that exists between the investment banking division and the brokerage division … Read More
In any organization, those in positions of power have to decide on how to allocate resources. In a for-profit company, this decision is made based on what projects and operations … Read More
An in-depth analysis of how SMU’s budget compares to those of our cohort and aspirational schools.
While low oil prices may be great for prices at the pump, they could have a more dangerous effect on our school’s financial position.
SMU media and politics student Chris Warley profiles GOP presidential candidate, Chris Christie.
Bill Detwiler, a long-time official in SMU’s Business and Finance office, had the opportunity to sit in on the school’s recent Board of Trustees meeting last month. He’s sat … Read More
Big changes are happening at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts. Sam Holland, director of the division of music at Meadows, will take over as interim dean July 1. … Read More
SMU has long been advertised as a university where students have the ability to pursue more than one degree, minor in several fields, or take extra classes simply because … Read More
A 100 mph serve cracked off freshman Anna Kate Anderson’s racquet and into play. Her opponent left the return short and Anderson crisply hit a winner. Considering she was down … Read More