The SMU carillon has brought music to campus for 70 years. For the first time, the Daily Campus takes you inside.
The Vietnamese Student Association brings a French inspired celebration to Dallas Hall Lawn.
Movie goers have seen the run times of movies slowly start to grow in recent months. These past two weeks have seen the premiere of two movies that are each almost three hours long.
Meadows presents its most contemporary piece of the year with the induction of work by the prominent Spanish artist Ignasi Aballí.
Ware Commons invites students to get in the Mardi Gras spirit with their annual event.
The development of four new priority parks along with the success of Klyde Warren Park has spurred a transformation in Dallas.
Netflix’s new Texas Chainsaw Massacre kind of sucks – and director David Blue Garcia knows it.
SMU’s Meadows Museum will display the U.S. debut of Murillo’s “Picturing The Prodigal Son” exhibit.
The SMU Russian Club kicked off the seventh annual World Languages and Literatures International Film Festival with their featured film “Love and Pigeons.”
The Russian Club recently hosted a screening of a documentary on former USSR president Mikhail Gorbachev