When I arrived at SMU, I only knew one thing: I wanted to study journalism in every way possible.
SMU Debate, in conjunction with Student Senate, hosted a public forum on campus carry Monday night.
This year’s Celebration of Lights ceremony will include lighting down the Boulevard, carriage rides and an ice skating rink, along with the usual festivities. The event will be held Nov. 30.
SMU has named Steven Currall as its provost. His appointment will become effective Jan. 1, 2016. He will also serve as vice president for academic affairs.
Rafael Cruz, Sen. Ted Cruz’s father, visited campus Thursday night. The event was sponsored by Young Americans for Freedom.
SMU is seeking input from the campus community on whether the University should opt out of Senate Bill 11. The “campus carry” law allows concealed carry of handguns on university campuses and will be in full effect next August.
SMU President R. Gerald Turner released a statement Tuesday addressing further actions the University is taking to increase diversity on campus. Student Senate is making progress on various legislation.
SMU announced Thursday it is looking into the planning of a “racially offensive” party by two fraternities.
The main debate, hosted by CNBC, was between the top 10 highest polling candidates and lasted two hours. Issues like taxes, social security, the media and fantasy football were all a part of the discussion.
SMU senior mechanical engineering major Jonah Kirby won roundtrip flights to Los Angeles to participate in the national RECESS contest. Fiddler offers affordable wind energy to the average consumer.