The Green Elephant lost its name a long time ago. Now it is Home Bar, a place of legend that is home to shenanigans, romance and liberation.
One glass marble, a stirring pitch, and a potent mix of determination and curiosity were all that Tala Duwaji and Samuel Lankford had to fill their sails as they set out to make a miracle happen. Somehow they were supposed to convert their limited capital into cash or sellable assets for an SMU class project.
All of his life Odai al Smadi dreamed of coming to America to partake of its opportunities. “I have been obsessed, passionate about electrical engineering,” said Smadi. He worked hard … Read More
The Meadows School of the Arts’ theater department put on its 20th annual New Visions, New Voices Festival over the past two weekends, March 20-22 and March 27-29. The festival … Read More
Professor Jim Hart, director of the Arts Entrepreneurship program at SMU, grabbed the gold and a cash prize of 750 dollars in the recent USASBE Spark! competition for his … Read More