The push for a more gender-neutral Homecoming results in progress.
On Sunday, April 18th, SMU Student Foundation hosted a socially-distanced PerunaPalooza on Dallas Hall Lawn.
On Friday, March 26, SMU students gathered on Dallas Hall lawn to participate in Moody Madness, a new Student Foundation tradition that celebrates SMU Basketball post-season.
Student Foundation communicated a gender-neutral homecoming royalty policy, but reneged on it for the second straight year. SMU’s Human Rights Council wrote this letter in response demanding greater inclusion and diversity for future homecoming royalty policies.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, this is the 43rd year SMU has held a Celebration of Lights festival on Dallas Hall Lawn.
Although the annual tradition, Celebration of Lights, will have a different look, it hopes to harness the same holiday cheer. It is a welcome celebration in a year disrupted by a global pandemic.
The 100 members of SMU’s Student Foundation gathered in the Hughes-Trigg Forum on Thursday night to discuss its upcoming event, Peruna Palooza, which celebrates the 87th birthday of our beloved … Read More
Illuminating Dallas Hall and SMU this Christmas season
*Editor’s Note: 8:25 p.m. Nov. 7 – This story has been edited throughout. SMU students popped the stigma surrounding mental health by throwing darts at paint balloons on Tuesday on … Read More
After a month apart, SMU students and parents came together Saturday, Sept. 23 for Student Foundation’s Boulevard barbecue.