Over a year since its closure, the Bush Center is back, and is unveiling a brand new exhibit.
Tails on the Trail at the George W. Bush Presidential Center
Debate moderator and former anchor for “PBS Newshour” Jim Lehrer revisited key moments from significant debates in the past and shed insight from his years of experience to a sold-out audience at the George W. Bush Presidential Center on Wednesday evening, Sept. 21.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Pulitzer Prizes, as well as the 52nd anniversary of the first Pulitzer won by a Dallas newspaper.
Walking into McFarlin Auditorium Thursday morning brought back several fond memories for Dr. Phillip Williams, neurosurgeon and member of the SMU Class of 1959.
At 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, the Moody Coliseum at Southern Methodist University was packed with Dallas residents, students and alumni, all in attendance for the event, “A Conversation with His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.”
Baseball has had its history at SMU since 1979, but a valuable piece of baseball history is on display at the George W. Bush Presidential Center this summer.
“I cannot imagine a summer without going to camp,” SMU sophomore Ellen Scofield said. “An internship may be an awesome experience, but it can’t compare to the feelings you get from being a camp counselor. The rewards are incredible.”
Lauren Ford typed up press lists, organized community calendars and learned how to strategize on social media during her internship at the George W. Bush Library and Museum last fall in 2014.
Margaret Spellings, president of the George W. Bush Institute, addressed a packed auditorium at the institute Wednesday. Any of you who are veterans or actively serving in our military, please … Read More