Tate Lecture panelists discussed the consequences of America’s waning trust in the context of both domestic and international politics.
SMU students can register to vote on campus from noon to 2 p.m. Friday in the Fondren Library Collaborative Commons.
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Texas voters in the 2022 Primary Election faced significant restrictions when deciding Democratic and Republican candidates for county, state, and federal seats.
Watch to hear some students’ opinions on the new Texas abortion law.
SMU’s culture of “social justice warriors” lacks awareness of international issues.
After the challenges that 2020 has brought with it, some are expecting a positive change with Joe Biden. Others believe he is an added challenge.
President Turner addresses the SMU community regarding Election Day on Nov. 3.
The Dallas GOP meets remotely to discuss the upcoming election.
MJ Hegar discusses her position on COVID-19, education, and LGBTQ+ rights.