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Don’t look back with laughter

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Don’t look back with laughter Comedy is a dying art. And with each successive year – with the passing of each Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon – the once great floodlight of the vaudeville stage is progressively dimming. This past week saw the loss of three of t... More »

Student Senate

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Student body officers will now have the chance to go to a leadership conference in Champagne, Ill., this summer, thanks to an appropriations request passed by your very own Student Senate on March 26. The cost: a mere $3,450 or more than the budget of 86 stude... More »

‘The Rookie’ is a ‘G’ood one

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With baseball season upon us, The Rookie made its way to theaters Friday. It’s a family film telling the true story of a teacher who finally achieves his dream of pitching in the major leagues at the age of 35. Dennis Quaid plays Jim Morris, a high school chem... More »

This week in Mustang Athletics

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Men’s Tennis:2 p.m. Wed at LSU12p.m. Sun at Notre Dame Women’s Tennis:TBA Fri-Sun at Quad Match Track and Field:All day Fri-Sat at Texas Relays Rowing:All day Fri-Sat at San Diego Crew Classic Men’s Golf:All day Fri-Sun at Billy Hitchcock Intercollegiate More »

This week in music…

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The Streetwalkin’ CheetahsTues. – Gypsy Tea Room – (214) 747-9663 MothFinchMidlakeWed. – Gypsy Tea Room – (214) 747-9663 Enrique IglesiasThurs. – NextStage – (214) 373-8000 Rio Grande BabiesVertigoFive 6 RuleBlind AmbitionThurs. – Galaxy Club – (214) 742-2582 ... More »

This week in Meadows…

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Artful Thursday EveningEnjoy a public gallery tour at 6 p.m. and sketching in the galleries at 6:30 p.m. with area artist Kevin Obregon. Where: Meadows Museum Information: (214) 768-2614 MusicVoices of ChangeWhere: Caruth AuditoriumWhen: April 7 at 7:30 p.m. S... More »

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Rutledge satisfied with season outlook

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Rutledge satisfied with season outlook Jonas Rutledge is a junior cornerback for the Mustangs. In 2001 Rutledge had three touchdowns and 54 tackles. Rutledge will be one of the key defensive players for next season. The Daily Campus: What is your overall impre... More »

Take a tip

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To tip or not to tip – is there even a question? The etiquette of tipping has long been debated among patrons. The questions of how much to tip and who to tip have no concrete answers. However, for anyone in an industry where gratuity is the majority source of... More »

Tenure process intends to give teachers job security

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Michael Adler sits in his Heroy Hall office and seriously “thinks” – all day – and gets paid to do it. He doesn’t know of a better way to spend his time. He feels fortunate. And this fortune will mostly likely stay with him until he calls it quit. Adler, assoc... More »

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Peace Corps ensures safety for students

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Peace Corps ensures safety for students Travis Axton, a recent SMU graduate, had no idea what it meant to live in poverty but over the next two years, he will receive a backstage pass into a world of uncertainty and destitution in Zambia and South Africa. Axto... More »

SMU Short Takes

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Engineering Career Week The Career Center and the SMU School of Engineering has created a week full of opportunities for students to interact with professionals in the fields of engineering and technology. Engineering Career Week will take place April 1-5. The... More »

Student robbed at gunpoint on Greenville

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Three SMU students were held up at gun point and one student was robbed in an attempted car-jacking early Wednesday morning in a parking lot behind the Blue Goose Mexican restaurant on Greenville Avenue and Vickery Boulevard. The students, junior public relati... More »