Students from all corners of campus have began campaigning for a spot in 109th Student Senate, and it’s up to the rest of us to decide who will sit in the chambers. Learn exactly who this year’s candidates and decide exactly who you want to represent you.
The event is meant to reflect on achievements for the SMU queer community as well as areas where more progress is necessary.
SMU’s First Generation Association gave out free school supplies and meals in their efforts to support first-generation college students.
Upon the new school year starting back in August, the SMU campus dealt with a parking issue: too many cars and not enough spaces. While the issue has been prevalent … Read More
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.
Student Senator Wade Glover pens an open letter to the SMU community urging the university to implement a pass/fail option for fall 2020.
Amit Banerjee shares why he believes Molly Patrick is the strongest candidate for student body president.
Why Lexxi Clinton and Austin Hickle are the most capable candidates for SMU Student Body President and Vice President.
How student body presidential candidate Lexxi Clinton’s near-death experience reinforced her commitment to improving the SMU community.
The 107th SMU student senate elections are this week. Here are your candidates: