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Yea! or Neigh!

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Yea! or Neigh! YEA! Yea to “Do-not-call”:Today is the last day telephone customers can sign up on the Texas “do-not-call” list, which blocks telemarketers from calling customers at home. More than 270,000 customers have signed up since Jan. 1. Subsequent lists... More »

Letters to the Editor

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Kissinger brings ignominy to international ethics Dear Editor: The idea of Henry Kissinger coming to SMU to discuss issues of international ethics is profoundly repellent. As National Security Advisor and Secretary of State to President Nixon, Kissinger was th... More »

Chelsea Clinton

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Chelsea Clinton is currently a second-year graduate student at Oxford University in England. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Stanford University. Before that, she grew up in the White House. This is exactly the type of person the public would look to for... More »

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Where books and movies mix

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Where books and movies mix I’ve been reading this book lately, Easy Riders, Raging Bulls by Peter Biskind – rereading, actually. I first picked it up last semester, intrigued not only by the garish and somewhat retro orange and red cover, but also by the revie... More »

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‘E.T.’ phones home again with re-release

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‘E.T.’ phones home again with re-release Remember the first time you saw E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial? It was probably on video several years after its original 1982 release. While the convenience of VCRs has allowed the movie to live on, its popularity has fizz... More »

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Birdwell speaks on defensive line

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Birdwell speaks on defensive line Warrie Birdwell is a senior defensive lineman that looks to anchor the football team next year. Birdwell has played three years and contributed greatly to the succes of the SMU defense. He looks to lead the Mustangs in sacks n... More »

Debate rages over new roles in Senate

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A few members of the Student Senate became frustrated and confused concerning a few issues on the floor Tuesday, beginning with an amendment to the SMU Student Senate by-laws. The room was filled with tension, as Article IV, section 1-d was altered. What once ... More »

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Dallas teams struggle

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Dallas teams struggle With the school year winding down, the attitudes around campus are showing promise. Students are frolicking around campus with spring break fresh on their minds. Failing to find their way into the library, they have instead acquired respe... More »

Police report clarifies wreck details

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A police report released by the University Park Police Department sheds light on a Feb. 28 three-car accident at the intersection of Fondren and Airline roads involving two SMU students and a campus contract worker. According to the report, just after 1 p.m. a... More »

SMU Short Takes

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Club Dada showcases student’s writing Sophomore Susan Sides will take part in the Arts and Letters Live “Hot Newcomers” series at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Club Dada. The club, located at 2720 Elm St., will feature the English and psychology double major, who will r... More »

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Tate speaker criticizes media’s self-obsessive role

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Tate speaker criticizes media’s self-obsessive role David Halberstam’s Tate lecture was a state-of-the-media address. The Pulitzer Prize- winning author was openly severe in his assessment of the “self-obsessed” media. “Journalists today have to work harder to... More »

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Spring break samaritans

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Spring break samaritans They arrived at the SMU campus late March 16 after a long spring break and even longer car and plane rides. Unloading their bags, memories they will never forget ran through their heads. These students returned from Alternative Spring B... More »