SMU students with the Pride Project hosted the inaugural Pride Visibility Day on campus last Friday. It’s the first-ever large-scale pride event at SMU.
Glauben is survived by his wife of almost 69 years, Frieda, their three children, seven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
AAPI representation isn’t talked about as much as it should be. A panel brought together by SMU explores how we can enable these students by using efficient resources and making changes on campus.
As Dallas County relaxes its mask requirements, so do classes on campus.
Meadows presents its most contemporary piece of the year with the induction of work by the prominent Spanish artist Ignasi Aballí.
The Russian attack is taking place thousands of miles away, but students still have plenty of opportunities to show their support for Ukraine as it faces attacks from Russia.
The Long Beach-based American band, half•alive headlined at The Echo Lounge & Music Hall for their recently released album, Give Me Your Shoulders, Pt.1.
Texas voters in the 2022 Primary Election faced significant restrictions when deciding Democratic and Republican candidates for county, state, and federal seats.
Indie electro-pop artist Bay Ledges opens up for the Magic City Hippies on the “Water Your Garden” Tour in Dallas.
When SMU student George O’Brien found his car slipping uncontrollably just outside Eastline Residences, he became one of hundreds of Dallas drivers who fell victim to icy roads in yet another bout of severe winter weather this month.