Changing how we use social media, including how we analyze and assess media messages, can close the gaps in our divided country.
Texas voters in the 2022 Primary Election faced significant restrictions when deciding Democratic and Republican candidates for county, state, and federal seats.
Steven Crowder returns to SMU for the third time, and students have mixed feelings.
The final presidential debate was live-streamed at SMU both in-person and virtually on Thursday night and participants said that it was much more civil than the previous debate.
With debates and elections filling all of our news outlets and conversations, journalism students took to asking Dr. Sam Martin about her advice for voters.
The SMU Meadows Division of Corporate Communication & Public Affairs hosted the first of a three-part online lecture series on the upcoming presidential election last Monday October 5th.
Filmmakers Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine’s documentary, “Boys State”, follows four boys as they journey through a mock political system in Texas.
Mike Bloomberg is flagging in the polls, Biden looks to prove his electability, and Sanders hopes to build on his lead.
Amid the hustle-and-bustle of Fondren Library during midterms, the co-president of SMU’s College Republicans club, Colin Smith, sat down to share some insight into his life and his political involvement on campus.
U.S. Universities including SMU are seeing the lowest numbers of international applicants in 12 years and are now scrambling to reverse this trend.