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
Eat, Sleep, Row, Repeat. That’s how Reagan Spence would describe her typical day. The SMU Women’s rowing team athlete’s morning starts early with 5 a.m. weights and ends late with … Read More
All SMU employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 18 under President Biden’s Executive Order 14042 concerning safety protocols for those that receive federal contracts, as announced in an email from the Office of the President Friday morning.
Looking at Senate’s efforts to bring a SANE or Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner to campus.
Upon the new school year starting back in August, the SMU campus dealt with a parking issue: too many cars and not enough spaces. While the issue has been prevalent … Read More
Steven Lim shares his stories and future goals with the Asian Council Student Association at an event hosted by the Korean Student Association at SMU on Friday, Oct. 29.
The Ebby House and the Youth Support Center at Juliette Fowler communities are meant to help provide support for at risk youth women.
SMU’s transfer student population often encounters struggles that traditional students don’t, but their needs are often overlooked and underprioritized. The university has recognized the issue, but what are they doing about it?
“The Last Duel” is a story that reveals all men care about is their pride.
The Texas Theatre near Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts district is offering free movies, popcorn and swag bags for the first 500 customers through Friday, Oct. 22 to Sunday, Oct. 24.