Student Foundation communicated a gender-neutral homecoming royalty policy, but reneged on it for the second straight year. SMU’s Human Rights Council wrote this letter in response demanding greater inclusion and diversity for future homecoming royalty policies.
Get to know how the Human Rights Program at SMU has grown to hundreds of graduates around the world.
SMU and the Period Project are trying to figure out funding.
Vigil to be held Monday, March 25 for the victims of New Zealand terror attacks
During the last week of June 2018, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of cities across the nation in protest of the “zero-tolerance” immigration policy that has led to the separation of over 2000 migrant children from their mothers, some of which are seeking asylum from domestic abuse or gang-related horrors in their native countries. After separation at the border, these children are being kept in cages within correctional facilities awaiting court hearings which ultimately decide their fate: deportation or entry into the country to join family members, accompanied by a GPS tracking device that is fastened like an ankle bracelet.
*Editor’s Note: 8:25 p.m. Nov. 7 – This story has been edited throughout. SMU students popped the stigma surrounding mental health by throwing darts at paint balloons on Tuesday on … Read More
Editor’s note: This story has been updated throughout. SMU students gathered last Wednesday afternoon on the Dallas Hall lawn to eat free food and learn about how they can get … Read More
A small group of students and faculty embarked on the annual civil rights trip through the American South during spring break.
Over 500 SMU and Dallas community members gathered on Thursday to discuss global women issues, varying from pay disparity to violence against women.
Puppies, popsicles and dunk tanks aren’t exactly what comes to mind when you hear the words human rights, but in 100 degree Texas weather it sure sounds refreshing.