Humans can cause earthquakes. This was the topic of Dr. Cliff Frohlich’s talk at the 2017-2018 Hamilton Visiting Scholar Lecture Feb. 5 in McCord Auditorium. Frohlich is a recently retired … Read More
The Faculty Club invited researchers and SMU professors Dr. Heather DeShon and Brian Stump to describe their research on local earthquakes over the past few years.
“Namita Namita wake up, there’s been an earthquake,” Namita’s sister said. Namita stumbled into the living room April 25 and quickly turned on the news. The headline read, “7.9 magnitude earthquake hits Nepal.”
Three of the most talked about news topics right now are the earthquake in Nepal, the riots in Baltimore, and Bruce Jenner. One of these does not belong, because one of these isn’t news.
An earthquake in Nepal leaves thousands dead, and construction is taking over the DFW metroplex. A TCU security guard is arrested and SMU is working on a commission to improve racial tolerance.
If you’ve been around the Dallas area in the past few years, you may have felt a number of tremors that probably felt foreign to those of us not from California.
Scientists may know who is responsible for the latest quakes hitting North Texas, a rap star has announced his campaign for the presidency, and Blue Bell recalls all products due to Listeria health risks.
On today’s Daily Update, more quakes hit North Texas, Dallas County District Attorney Susan Hawk has appointed a new assistant DA, and a controversial silent film from 100 years ago will be playing tonight at the Dallas Holocaust Museum.
On today’s Daily Update, the SMU men’s basketball team is going to the Big Dance for the first time since 1993.
Find out more about the Mustangs’ tournament chances! Did the hard loss to Cincinnati hurt us? SMU seismologists discovered a fault line right in our own back yard, and Christopher Saul gives you the weather for the week!