The COVID-19 pandemic sparked conversation about college students’ mental health. SMU students Meredith Lloyd and Sydney Castle started an If You’re Reading This organization chapter on campus to provide a platform for students to share about mental health struggles and support each other .
Former student Shelby Green reflects on her experience creating and navigating a self-made, dance-focused study abroad program in Israel during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lights dim down in the Alamo DraftHouse theater. Wafting through the aisles is the smell of buttery popcorn. Soft whispers of masked-up movie-goers rustle through the auditorium. Suddenly a loud … Read More
SMU will no longer mandate masks in indoor campus spaces, but teachers will still be allowed to require masks in their classes.
“We made a Pledge to Protect each other…The pandemic is a group project. We need to have each other’s backs.”
Students share their thoughts on coming back to the Hilltop fully in-person for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
SMU re-mandates masks indoors as the Delta variant drives surges of COVID-19 cases in Dallas.
As the final “Class of COVID” gets set to graduate, The Daily Campus profiled 11 seniors to give their last dispatches on what life was like so the history is not lost.
In the past year, wearing a face mask has become the new normal. As more people get vaccinated, and case numbers go down, all that could change as Americans get a glimpse into a post-pandemic world.
Although the performing arts industry faces an uphill battle as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, SMU dance seniors make the most of the virtual landscape with online classes, virtual conventions, and video auditions.