Student leaders at SMU share their views on race relations in America and the series of racially-charged incidents that have occurred around the country and on campus in light of the recent election.
A look back at student reactions on election night.
Time to sober up, America. What many people thought as unthinkable, has happened.
By Morgan Smith After the shocking results from last night’s election, there’s really only one thing that’s certain: people seem to be more divided than ever, including students on SMU’s … Read More
SMU-TV’s election team wraps up the night with an insight on SMU and Dallas community members’ thoughts on which states have been called so far.
SMU students attending the Armstrong Commons watch party found themselves in an intense waiting-game for the next President of the United States.
Early election results show Donald Trump leading Texas with 51.42 percent and Hillary Clinton at 44.86 percent, but Dallas County is leaning blue as expected. The Texas Tribune called the … Read More
By Emory Parsons Despite early results showing Hillary Clinton cruising to a comfortable lead in Dallas County, local GOP supporters gathering tonight at the Westin Park Central said they’re confident … Read More
SMU political gurus Cal Jillson and Mathew Wilson talked about their thoughts on the presidential race and election day at the SMU Faculty Club Luncheon on Nov. 2.
Americans now have a way to look at polling numbers the same way campaigns do: in real-time.