Taylor Hardy

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Jewish fraternity joins campus


Hunter Rice was not always religious – that changed when he got to SMU. Walking around a campus where he didn’t know anyone, he started to realize that one connection seemed to bring him the most comfort: Judaism. Everywhere you look at SMU, there they are: Gr... More »


SMU men’s basketball faces Indiana


As football season winds down, SMU students’ attentions are turning elsewhere – basketball. With the help of Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown, the men’s basketball team entered the 2014-15 season ranked 22nd in the AP Poll and have managed to hold onto that spot... More »

Students rock the vote


Moody Coliseum boomed with energy Monday night as SMU students of all ages and affiliations cheered on their Homecoming candidates at the “Rock The Vote” event. Organized by Student Foundation, the event marks the kickoff of SMU’s 88th Homecoming Week. Student... More »

Service fraternity to host spooky race


Break out your Halloween costumes early for the Alpha Phi Omega “Run For Your Life 5K” next Wednesday, October 29, 2014. The race will begin at the flagpole at 6:30 p.m., and prizes will be granted for the fastest female, fastest male and most importantly, bes... More »

Pani Puri Eating Contest


Twenty SMU students competed in the Indian Student Association’s annual Pani Puri Eating Contest Thursday night in Hughes-Trigg. The event challenged contestants to eat the popular Indian street food Pani Puri. This dish consists of a hollow fried shell filled... More »

Sleep In a Box


Mustang Heroes hosted their annual “Sleep in a Box” event Thursday night, which encourages students to decorate cardboard boxes in an effort to raise awareness for the homelessness epidemic in Dallas. Anna Norkett, president of Mustang Heroes says the club inc... More »

The Mob: SMU’s Most Exclusive Club


The Mob. It’s the most desired, exclusive club on campus, and this year it got even harder to join. SMU’s most loyal fan base was created last year when the success of the men’s basketball team began to make national headlines. As a member of “the Mob”, studen... More »

SMU Police Department Adds New Officers


The construction of the new residence halls here on campus has changed a lot for students. With the new requirement that sophomores must live on campus – the number of students residing here – has nearly doubled. Thats causing change within the university’s po... More »