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Mail center supervisor a favorite among students

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Whether you know him or not, chances are good Marcus Smith has helped you at least once during your time at SMU. Smith is the SMU mail center site supervisor. From Monday to Saturday, you’ll find him hard at work checking packages into the system, giving stude... More »

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Chi Omega raises money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation

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*Editor’s Note: 11:50 a.m. Nov. 29 – This story has been edited throughout. SMU Chi Omegas modeled clothes from local Dallas stores to support the North Texas Make-A-Wish Foundation and help kids battling illnesses. Make-A-Wish strengthens and empowers childre... More »

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Panhellenic Pop-Up unites sorority women on campus

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SMU students gathered Monday night at the flagpole on Dallas Hall lawn to enjoy free food and socialize with Panhellenic women. “I came to this event to get to know some of the sorority girls better and have some familiar faces during rush,” freshman Caroline ... More »

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Popping the stigma on mental health

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*Editor’s Note: 8:25 p.m. Nov. 7 – This story has been edited throughout. SMU students popped the stigma surrounding mental health by throwing darts at paint balloons on Tuesday on the Clements Hall lawn. Popping balloons with different negative phrases writte... More »

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Program Council unites the community

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Editor’s note: This story has been updated throughout. SMU students gathered last Wednesday afternoon on the Dallas Hall lawn to eat free food and learn about how they can get involved in the Dallas community. Nearly 500 students attended Program Council’s thi... More »

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Alts makes final cut

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The list is in. Fifty-one students learned on Friday, Aug. 25 that they would be in the University’s most highly prized financial program: Alts. Of the new class members, 12 are females and 39 are males. The median GPA for this group of students is a 3.9 and t... More »