What you missed: Top news stories of the summer

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The SMU community was buzzing this summer, despite many students leaving the campus for vacation. Below are our top news stories this summer:

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Fire breaks out at Goff’s Hamburgers near SMU campus

Firefighters continue to control flames erupting from the center of the burning building. Photo credit: Jacquelyn Elias

A fire that broke out at Goff’s Hamburgers earlier this month demolished the beloved establishment. The incident caused nearby streets, such as Hillcrest Ave. to shutdown. No injuries were reported, according to the Highland Park Police Department. Read more >

 

 


Community celebrates Officer McCullers

Officers lead the family of Officer McCuller down the stairs of McFarlin Auditorium for the military honors ceremony. Photo credit: Jacquelyn Elias

The SMU community came together to celebrate the late SMU Police Officer, Mark McCullers. The memorial service was held in McFarlin Auditorium Thursday, July 28. Trees on the boulevard were decorated with blue ribbon in addition to a police car stationed by the flagpole attached with notes of support from the community. Read more >

 

 


SMU reveals plan for indoor football facility, new soccer field

Photo credit: smumustangs.com

SMU revealed new plans for an indoor football facility and soccer field late July. Although a start date has not yet been set, the expected completion date is 16 months from the start date. Read more >

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