Exactly one month after the Black Unity Forum (BUF) submitted their action plan, combating lack of representation, opportunity and inclusion for Black members of the SMU community, President Turner presented the University’s response in an email yesterday evening.
Hundreds from the SMU and nearby community gathered on campus for a Black Lives Matter demonstration organized by Black students.
The shock of George Floyd’s murder reverberated across the nation, unearthing long-ignored conversations about race and law enforcement. SMU was no exception.
The Black Law Students Association (BLSA) at Southern Methodist University (SMU) Dedman School of Law vehemently and fervently condemns the violent terrorist attacks on Black people, police brutality, racism, and white supremacy.
Following the death of George Floyd and the string of protests across the nation in his honor, students shared their personal experiences through the hashtag #BlackAtSMU.
The African Culture Fair & Art Showcase celebrated the performing arts of black history in the Hughes-Trigg Atrium Wednesday, Feb. 15, marking the fourth event of SMU’s Black History Month.
SMU student Lauren Steele’s Facebook post went viral after she wrote about an incident involving SMU Police late Friday night.
The 2015-2016 school year at SMU had highs and lows, get a glimpse of this year on This School Year in a Minute.
On this week’s Campus Confidential SMU-TV’s Shabnam Amini talks to a student reporter about race on campus.
On this Friday edition of the Daily Update, SMU names its new Vice President of Student Affairs, the men’s soccer team advances to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, and find out how students are dealing with racial tension on campus