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MGC invites student organizations to co-sponsor a proposal for a multicultural student house
SMU students may find their off-campus prospects opening up soon with the Toll Brothers’ interest in a high-rise residential property near campus. In December, the company contracted a high-profile building … Read More
Kendall Lockhart was on the road Aug. 18 in her packed car, heading from Houston back to Dallas to start her junior year. She was looking forward to the nice … Read More
Back in my home state (New Jersey), my cousin manages rental properties. He knows that I’ve been saving money for a long time, and he has recently started asking me to invest in a new property with him. He has places picked out for me to look at whenever I’m home, and he’s very enthusiastic about the idea of pooling our resources. I’m not so sure about investing in real estate right now, though – especially when I see the places he’s looking at, which tend to be drafty and in disrepair (he says fixing these places up would be easy, but I don’t know enough about that sort of thing to say). What do the experts think: am I missing out on a big opportunity here?
The author of “Evicted,” this year’s Common Reading and SMU Reads selection, discussed his novel at McFarlin Auditorium Aug. 24.
March 23, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Hughes-Trigg Student Center Commons
*Editor’s Note: 2:09 p.m. April 10 – This story has been edited throughout. The new Kappa Alpha Theta house is finally standing on University Boulevard and is the newest addition … Read More
On today’s Daily Update, SMU-TV looks into the storm damage in Wiley, an in-depth look into the on-campus housing, and SMU Police issue a warning after an on-campus theft.