The average college student spends three hours a day on social media according to a Review 42 article. However, most students often don’t take even one minute to learn about their professors’ background. If they did, they would learn about educators like Jenny B. Davis, who is as interesting as it gets.
Find out what services Hegi Career Center provides for SMU students.
Over the past year, SMU has made progress to meet the needs of Muslim students, including adding Halal meat in the dining halls and centralized spaces for pre-prayer washing.
Three Resident Assistants at Southern Methodist University reflect on life as student workers through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students from culturally diverse backgrounds have found a home on campus through Multicultural Greek Council organizations. But, despite the essential service they provide, MGC membership is on the decline.
Lucky’s Hot Chicken recently opened up right across from SMU, taking over the old Digg’s location. This new restaurant includes retro vibes and brings Nashville Hot Fried Chicken to the Heart of Dallas.
In the past year, wearing a face mask has become the new normal. As more people get vaccinated, and case numbers go down, all that could change as Americans get a glimpse into a post-pandemic world.
On Sunday, April 18th, SMU Student Foundation hosted a socially-distanced PerunaPalooza on Dallas Hall Lawn.
The Shop at SMU was forced to close due to COVID-19, but the Student Affairs Division at SMU is still working to provide food and personal care items for students in need.
After months of preparation, #BlackatSMU premiered on Dallas Hall Lawn at 8pm on April 22.