This week’s Press Pass covers SMU’s dashed Big 12 hopes, swimming’s strong start to the season, and how one SMU team is breaking in a new home.
A body was found in the SMU Barr Pool Thursday morning.
Family Weekend 2016 welcomes families to students’ “Home in the Heart of Texas”, which kicks off Sept. 23.
The Pulitzer Prizes’ Centennial, which includes a June symposium hosted by the Bush Center, inspired SMU journalism students to explore the award-winning stories won by North Texas journalists. In the … Read More
Business and engineering students, rejoice! No more long walks around the construction between Lyle, Cox and Hughes-Trigg. Students can now promenade through the Crain Family Promenade to wherever their hearts … Read More
SMU dropped from 58th to 61st in the 2016 U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges Report.”
SMU freshman Alicia Froling is one of 18 Australians invited to participate in a training camp for the Australian Under-19 JAYCO Gems, which will take place in May in preparation for the FIBA World Championships in June.
Since SMU alumna Brittany Merrill founded the Akola Project in 2007, the non-profit has made a remarkable impact.
Jonathan Veazey, the manager of Steel City Pops, lives and breathes popsicles. “Instead of a cup a coffee I usually eat a coffee pop which has caffeine in it as my late afternoon pick-me-up,” he said.