SMU dining and the Office of Student Advocacy Support teamed up with Swipe Out Hunger to bring positive change and awareness to the SMU community.
Panera Bread just opened in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center.
Students will receive credit adjustments toward housing, dining, and parking expenses.
Student Body Secretary candidate Isaac Owens Pierre addresses SMU’s lack of proper dining options and accessibility issues.
Editor’s Note: Due to a number of factual inaccuracies brought to the attention of the SMU Campus Weekly editors following publication, this article has been removed from our site. The … Read More
By Alexandra Acosta Overslept and late to class. Without food in the mini fridge. Accompanied by a loud, rumbling stomach. The pain of abdominal emptiness after sleeping in a few … Read More
Students asked, and Southern Methodist University delivered. Introducing the newest freshman on campus, SMU’s slice of heaven, Campisi’s Restaurant! Campisi’s offers top-notch pizza that would move the most stern pizza … Read More
Find the places to eat around campus, who takes Pony, and more in the 2014-2015 Dining Guide
Lately, it is becoming increasingly easy to find gluten free options in Dallas.
Students have plenty of options when it comes to eating on campus with a gluten intolerance.