The event is meant to reflect on achievements for the SMU queer community as well as areas where more progress is necessary.
SMU’s Veterans in Business organization is hosting a blood drive in collaboration with the Office of Social Change and Intercultural Engagement and the American Red Cross.
Many SMU students have connections to Palestine and Israel. Navigating their different perspectives offers a look into the fraught histories shared between the two communities.
Looking at Senate’s efforts to bring a SANE or Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner to campus.
The Ebby House and the Youth Support Center at Juliette Fowler communities are meant to help provide support for at risk youth women.
Actor and performer, DJ “Shangela” Pierce, returned to SMU for the 7th annual LGBTQ Symposium
After months of preparation, #BlackatSMU premiered on Dallas Hall Lawn at 8pm on April 22.
SMU has administered 2,109 first doses and 279 second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine at the health center as of April 19, per a university spokesperson.
SMU’s human rights program received a $500,000 donation from Big Path Capital Dell this week.
Diana Saleh is an SMU alumni and is running for the District 3 seat in the Arlington City Council with early voting being April 19-27 and election day on May 1.