“It’s just like a drug cartel, this is a trafficking cartel. But, unlike drugs you can sell that girl over and over and over again.”
Girl scouts is one of the biggest national organization in the U.S. Since 1912 Girl Scouts of America have been knocking on doors, selling cookies, and adding badges to their vests. But, many people don’t know the changes and adaptations the organization has made to continue empowering women of the next generation.
Judy Woodruff, managing editor and anchor of the PBS Newshour, sat down in our studio with SMU-TV’s Dylan Murphy.
The Arboretum has something special that will put you in the holiday spirit.
Many students come to college not knowing what to expect or how to balance classes and their social life. Caitlin Anderson has a unique story of failure and success that led to teaching students during this influential moment in life.
Need a little motivation? Or considering a career as a coach? Here’s a course you might want to fit into your schedule.
It’s flu season in Dallas! Have you gone to get your shot? SMU-TV’s Dylan Murphy has the story.
KJ McNamara comes to SMU to speak to the Panhellenic community about sisterhood and recruitment.
Ibtihaj Muhammad’s message of power, strength, resilience, and representation echoed through the walls of the Hughes-Trigg Student Center on Wednesday March 7. The day was a commanding start to celebrate … Read More
The Dallas Arboretum officially kicked off the spring season Feb. 24 with Dallas Blooms, which features hundreds of thousands of tulips that are beginning to pop up from the soil. … Read More