Actor and performer, DJ “Shangela” Pierce, returned to SMU for the 7th annual LGBTQ Symposium
2021 is the first year that SMU will adopt a gender-inclusive Homecoming policy, allowing for groups to nominate non-traditional and same-sex pairings for “Homecoming Royalty” rather than Homecoming King and Queen.
“We recognize that homecoming has made great progress, and that this will be the most-inclusive Homecoming in SMU’s history. However, there is still more work the university must do to ensure that no student feels isolated or excluded throughout the Homecoming competition process.”
The push for a more gender-neutral Homecoming results in progress.
The Mustang Band goes back in time for its 87th Pigskin Revue.
A Q&A with Hoco King and Queen of 2019!
The Bash is an annual Homecoming event held by SMU’s Association of Black Students.
Sanaa Ghanim sits down with the SMU Daily Campus to discuss her background, her involvement on campus, and her Homecoming campaign.
Join Professor Willie Baronet in holding signs he’s bought from people experiencing homelessness in his nationally-recognized art project for a good cause
Guyger’s final sentence is revealed. Reporter Maha Razi shares how transfer students can make SMU feel like home. Plus, a sweet homecoming proposal that has gone viral. Anchors Isabella Mejia and Haley Mnick have the story.