As SMU prepares for the spring semester, the Faculty Senate surveyed 582 faculty members to look at how the lack of breaks during the fall affected campus mental health.
Among the chaos and panic around the world, some students still decided to take their vacation out of the country
What does it look like to be at an empty SMU campus?
You can still enjoy your Spring Break during a pandemic, you just have to be creative.
Here are some solutions to alleviate anxiety before take off.
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SMU transitions all classes online until April 6.
The university announced on Tuesday that it has contingency plans in place, but no intention to switch to online classes at this time.
There are global concerns about the coronavirus, but that doesn’t mean that you have to drop everything. Still, you should be mindful of the current state of the virus.