After recent research and hopes to raise the safety of the SMU community, the Student Senate and the Risk Management team up together in order to implement a safety tool for the SMU community.
Unlike a normal school year, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused students to equip themselves with PPE in order to return to campus safely
Rider safety is a must among students, especially considering the dangers and problems that can arise from using different rideshare services.
Anchors Haley Mnick and Kennedy Hayes give you more details on the shooting that happened at a California high school. Plus, SMU-TV Reporter, Shelby Fishman, will tell you about how … Read More
I’ve been working really hard for the past few years, and I’ve been really careful with my money. Recently, I was finally able to make a purchase that I’ve been dreaming about making for a long time. I bought an ATV! I used to ride my friend’s ATV sometimes in high school, and I have wanted one of my own for so, so long. When I told my friends and siblings, they were really excited for me. Then I told me mom, and she freaked out.
My mom is scared that I’m going to hurt myself on my ATV. I sort of understand that, so I told her that I’d do my best to be safe. But saying that made me realize that I don’t really know how to to care for my ATV and make sure that it’s always in safe shape. Experts, can you give me a crash course in responsible ATV ownership? It would help me out — and would make my mom feel a whole lot better, too!
By: Reese Bobo Updated July 14, 2017 to reflect ROBOCOPP’s name change to eALARM911. It’s a situation the majority of college students fear: you’re walking home from a late night … Read More
Students react to safety issues on campus after armed robbery early Sunday morning
On today’s Daily Update, find out the safety concerns with dorm room deliveries, SMU fashion week is coming up, and a former SMU golfer places at the Masters.
On this evening’s Daily Update, one crosswalk has students rethinking safety, a new building is dedicated on campus, and find out how one Frisco teenager ended up owning a bar.
On this friday edition of the Daily Update, find out the latest on the unidentified man SMU sent a safety alert out about, one Texas university is in hot water after students were caught using racial slurs against visiting charter school students, and Whisk Crepes Cafe is taking a creative spin on French food in an unexpected Dallas area.