SMU’s Veterans in Business organization is hosting a blood drive in collaboration with the Office of Social Change and Intercultural Engagement and the American Red Cross.
As DFW prepares for its second winter storm in as many years, SMU says it intends to hold classes and events in person.
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
As property prices soar and new residents continue to pour into Texas, tiny houses offer a potential foothold for some to obtain affordable housing.
Fans sang the night away with Isaiah Rashad, Childish Major and Ray Vaughan.
The Texas Theatre near Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts district is offering free movies, popcorn and swag bags for the first 500 customers through Friday, Oct. 22 to Sunday, Oct. 24.
Nestled in the heart of the AT&T Discovery District is The Exchange, Dallas’ newest one-stop shop for delicious cuisine. The Exchange opened its doors to the public in late June … Read More
Program Council’s latest event, Harvest Fest Off Hillcrest, took over Dallas Hall Lawn to kick off Fall Break.
Energy curtailment notifications fill SMU inboxes, but what they are and why they’re necessary is not entirely clear.
“We made a Pledge to Protect each other…The pandemic is a group project. We need to have each other’s backs.”