By: Morgan McCullough With final exams approaching, Fondren Library buzzes with flipping pages, packed study rooms, and Starbucks lines stretched across the entire floor. Students isolate themselves with their laptops … Read More
“We made a Pledge to Protect each other…The pandemic is a group project. We need to have each other’s backs.”
Homecoming returns to campus this week! Here’s what you need to know:
An SMU student shares their journey fighting self-harm and suicidal thoughts.
“We recognize that homecoming has made great progress, and that this will be the most-inclusive Homecoming in SMU’s history. However, there is still more work the university must do to ensure that no student feels isolated or excluded throughout the Homecoming competition process.”
As the final “Class of COVID” gets set to graduate, The Daily Campus profiled 11 seniors to give their last dispatches on what life was like so the history is not lost.
The push for a more gender-neutral Homecoming results in progress.
Serving the SMU community in Student Senate for the past two years has made me passionate about SMU and making our campus the best it can be. That’s why I am so excited to run to be the next Student Body Vice President.
I am a sophomore from Atlanta, GA majoring in International Studies and Public Policy with minors in Spanish, History, Human Rights. In Senate I have served as a Pre-Major Senator the past two years, and on the Diversity and Inclusion Committee and the Organizations Committee. I had the opportunity to serve as Student Foundation’s Campus Events Committee Philanthropy chair in the craziness that was 2020. Through all of my leadership I have loved representing the student voice.
The SMU Daily Campus, SMU Look, and SMU-TV took home a total of 16 awards at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association’s award ceremony, which recognizes excellence in student media from universities across the state.