SMU-TV’s Katie Pratt and Shelby Fishman anchor this Monday edition of The Daily Update. Shelby tells us about a stampede in Israel and Katie tells us about a $35 billion water infrastructure bill passed in the Senate. Also find out about a viral Facebook joke played out in person.
The coronavirus pandemic has been a time of loss and a time of change all across the country.
Intramurals sports have been modified to adapt to pandemic restrictions, making it difficult for campus leaders to get students to participate in the mostly-virtual events.
SMU announced a primarily in-person semester in Fall 2021.
Student Senator Wade Glover pens an open letter to the SMU community urging the university to implement a pass/fail option for fall 2020.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, this is the 43rd year SMU has held a Celebration of Lights festival on Dallas Hall Lawn.
As SMU prepares for the spring semester, the Faculty Senate surveyed 582 faculty members to look at how the lack of breaks during the fall affected campus mental health.
Few were surprised when reported cases of COVID-19 on campus spiked soon after students returned to campus in late August. On Sunday, Sept. 27, SMU reported 0 new daily cases, just one month after the school year had begun.
For the first time since the fall semester began, Southern Methodist University reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.
SMU Football kicked off its first home game this weekend. Learn more about what attending college football games is like during a global pandemic and if students want to return to Ford next weekend after their experience on Saturday.