Simmons research project works to increase local literacy.
By Klara Bradshaw As a new semester rolls around, some students are finding themselves experiencing new classrooms in the latest building built on campus. Harold Clark Simmons Hall is the second building … Read More
Hundreds gather to honor the Simmons family and dedicate the new Harold Clark Simmons Hall.
If you had asked me to guess three years ago what I would be doing at this time senior year, I would have told you I’d be studying for the LSAT and working to get into the best law school possible. But once I got to SMU, a different path started to present itself.
Higher education in America needs reform, but free college plans are not the way forward.
Hors-d’oeuvres and wine were paired with an intimate conversation about the rising cost of tuition, the value of education, and metrics for university success at The Tower Center Forum: The … Read More
All it takes is one generation to set the precedent for leveraging the power of education to live out one’s dreams
Seemingly coming out of nowhere, Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has announced his presidential campaign. He bursted onto the scene with a combative, yet bold speech about his efficiency as a leader and plans for America.
By Mattie Lippe When school budgets tighten, arts programs are often the first to go. But that’s okay, because arts classes are only for the gifted, they don’t teach anything, … Read More
President Obama will reveal more details of this proposal in his State of the Union address on January 20, 7:00pm CT.