This summer, while interning in New York City, the Chandler Helms and Jessica Jan launched “Ramen & Rosé,” which has successfully captured the attention of SMU students and beyond.
Editor’s note, Dec. 9, 2:50 p.m.: This story has been updated throughout. At 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 8, students took a break from studying for finals, grabbed a bag … Read More
74 years ago, this day drastically changed the lives of many American people. Today is the anniversary of when the U.S. declared war on Japan. On Dec. 8, 1941, Congress … Read More
Junior Tegan Webster was celebrating her birthday with five other SMU students in London on Nov. 13, 2015. It was the night before her twenty-second birthday, and Webster and her … Read More
Since traditional Thanksgiving dishes often involve butter and bread crumbs, Thanksgiving can be difficult for the one in three people who avoid gluten. Although it can pose a challenge, don’t … Read More
Due to the continuous construction at the Fondren Library Center, 24/7 study hours will be held in Hughes-Trigg during finals week. From Nov. 30 to Dec. 16, Hughes-Trigg will stay … Read More
Thanksgiving break is right around the corner for SMU students, which means five days of relaxing at home before coming back to the stress of finals. Between watching football games and eating a plethora of mashed potatoes and stuffing, don’t miss these six new November movies.
Unlike the scary ghouls that haunt trick or treaters on Halloween, the ghosts and spirits celebrated on Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, are happy and kind. … Read More
Brenna O’Neill, a senior and markets and culture major, spent the fall semester of 2014 at the CIEE University of Cape Town, South Africa. For four months, O’Neill lived in … Read More
A crowd of students, staff members and families crowded in front of the Bob Hope Theatre in the Owens Art Center on Thursday, Oct. 8 and eagerly awaited SMU Division of Dance’s Brown Bag Dance Series.