With the end of the semester fast approaching, many college students will be looking at a some sleepless nights in efforts to receive more impressive GPAs. But recent studies conducted in the United Kingdom have found that sleep is the most important thing in obtaining cognitive recall.
SMU’s Common Reading Committee promoted next fall’s Common Reading selection, Bryan Stevenson’s “Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption” at a launch party in the Fondren Library Foyer May 2 at noon.
With April being National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, the Texas Department of Transportation launched their statewide “Talk, Text, Crash” campaign at SMU Thursday, Apr. 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 … Read More
The SMU Women’s golf team finished fourth at the DAC/SMU Invitational at Dallas Athletic Club April 1-2. Senior Alex Rossi had the best finish for the Mustangs at T-15th (+6). … Read More
The SMU Women’s Golf team will host their one and only home tournament of the year, the DAC/SMU Invitational, at the Dallas Athletic Club April 1 and 2. [pullquote align=”full” … Read More
With two events left to play in the regular season, the SMU Men’s Golf team is ranked 31 in the nation for Division I Men’s Golf.
Aubrey Chapman, a junior double majoring in psychology and religious studies, is looking forward to graduating in May of 2016, a year earlier than her peers. After graduation, Chapman will … Read More
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden’s Dallas Blooms is currently hosting its annual springtime festival, “The Artistry in Nature,” now until April 10. The festival, presented by Bank of America, … Read More
Editor’s note, March 29, 1:35 p.m.: This story has been updated throughout. In a classroom located on the ground floor of Clements Hall, 15 undergraduate and graduate students gathered around … Read More
The main floor of the Hughes Trigg Student Center was bustling with SMU students and recent graduates dressed in fancy, professional clothing and holding briefcases full of resumes while signing … Read More