Climate journalist David Wallace-Wells warned of the rapid pace of climate change, and the urgently needed human response at SMU’s Gartner Lecture Series in Dallas Hall’s McCord Auditorium Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021.
Students have been navigating the effects of the Meadows construction for two years. Here’s an inside look at how the project is going.
Over the past year, SMU has made progress to meet the needs of Muslim students, including adding Halal meat in the dining halls and centralized spaces for pre-prayer washing.
Students from culturally diverse backgrounds have found a home on campus through Multicultural Greek Council organizations. But, despite the essential service they provide, MGC membership is on the decline.
Religious beliefs are often incredibly influential in shaping how we interact with the world. For President Turner, Christianity has fundamentally changed the way he leads.
Being able to return to in-person Mass has brought many Catholic students comfort and community.
Steven Crowder returns to SMU for the third time, and students have mixed feelings.
Midnight Market is back! And with it, comes an array of food and entertainment from diverse cultures.
The 2020 general election is coming. Here is a quick guide to early voting for SMU students, faculty, and staff.
The final presidential debate was live-streamed at SMU both in-person and virtually on Thursday night and participants said that it was much more civil than the previous debate.