Artículo original escrito por Alexa Field Este próximo lunes marcará el primer día de la semana anual de homecoming en SMU. Aunque sea tu primer homecoming, o quizás el último, … Read More
Homecoming returns to campus this week! Here’s what you need to know:
The RealReal, the world’s largest online luxury consignment marketplace, has opened a store right here in Dallas, bringing luxury pieces at up to 90% off retail price to the Dallas community.
Thousands of Dallas citizens and businesses are still rebuilding after February’s ice age. Here are some organizations helping Dallasites recover.
First it was the snowstorm. Then it was the pandemic. In the span of a week, SMU lost five games down the stretch on February. Now, a once promising sprint to the NCAA Tournament looks to be in jeopardy.
All virtual and in-person classes are canceled for Wednesday, per a campus-wide email on 4 p.m.Tuesday.
An interactive, multisensory installation that has been presented in cities such as Miami and Madrid has come to Dallas this year.
Aurora is a Dallas-based public arts organization that works at the intersection of art, technology, and the community.
Jeremiah Onifadé delves into his latest artworks, as well as his upcoming 2021 exhibition plans at the local gallery, Site 131, encouraging students to keep their “childhood artistic spirit close to their hearts.”
SNOWDAY is back in Dallas thanks to the creative minds of SMU alumni Scot and Kristi Redman.