While the labor market is improving for recent grads, studies show that 18-year-olds to 34-year-olds are less likely to be living on their own.
“The show is going to be Brown Bag on steroids,” Hannah Hess, a senior dance major, said in an interview in late February. From smashed fruit to Chicago-style jazz, the … Read More
Coffee and Conversation: Survivor Speak Out was held in Hughes-Trigg Student Center April 20, as part of SMU’s Sexual Assault Awareness month.
Rebecca Moore, a senior dance major, wants to smash pineapples and eat fruit during her dance piece, while Gabi Stilwell, also a senior dance major, is working with costume designers … Read More
With only five weeks left of school, it is time to start working on that summer body.
Coachella, the popular annual music festival, is quickly approaching and has every girl scurrying around for the perfect festival outfit. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, a two-weekend event … Read More
SMU students can learn how to detect stalking through the lecture “When Does Love Cross the Line: Understanding Stalking,” a forum hosted by the Office of Violence Prevention. The free … Read More
This year’s hottest new Christmas gift won’t be seen around campus anymore with SMU’s decision to ban hoverboards. After Justin Bieber was seen using the device on his Instagram page, … Read More