Daily Campus Staff


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Personal blogs are the new fashion resume


By Virginia Boswell The decision to start a blog can be a huge, life-changing step or a quick, fun project. For many young bloggers, it starts as the latter without a thought to the possibilities a blog can bring or the creative way it can show off their perso... More »

Drawing from the Masters


The Meadows Museum hosted a "Drawing From The Masters" class with art education teacher, Ian O’Brien on Feb. 9. His instruction is focused on the portraiture of the temporary exhibition, “Sorolla and America.” More »

Meadows does Mozart: ‘La Finta Giardiniera’


By Cassie MlynarekBefuddled romance, secret identities, vicious murder plots and acts of deceit created quite the scene in Bob Hope Theatre as the SMU Meadows Opera Theatre debuted its spring show, “La Finta Giardiniera” (The Pretend Garden Girl) Thursday nigh... More »

First Latina Dedman law grad dies


A memorial service honoring lawyer Adelfa Botello Callejo took place Thursday in downtown Dallas. Callejo died Saturday at age 90 of a returned brain tumor, according to The Dallas Morning News. Callejo was reportedly the first Hispanic woman to graduate from ... More »


Museums wager works of art on Super Bowl


By Omar Majzoub There is a lot on the line Sunday when the Denver Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey. Although the Vince Lombardi Trophy is the most prized possession of the game, two art museums in the competing cities hav... More »

SMU student dies in suspected patio fall


Update Jan. 26: SMU student Ofelia Garza y Garza, 22, died Thursday from injuries sustained from a fall from a patio, according the Dallas Police Department records. The DPD labeled it an unexplained death, pending the Medical Examiner’s final report. Police r... More »