Climate journalist David Wallace-Wells warned of the rapid pace of climate change, and the urgently needed human response at SMU’s Gartner Lecture Series in Dallas Hall’s McCord Auditorium Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021.
Energy curtailment notifications fill SMU inboxes, but what they are and why they’re necessary is not entirely clear.
SMU will no longer mandate masks in indoor campus spaces, but teachers will still be allowed to require masks in their classes.
Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith wants to “bring Texas to the world, and the world to Texas,” with the paper’s annual “TribFest” featuring major speakers like Pete Buttigieg, Beto O’Rourke, Karl Rove, and more.
Watch to hear some students’ opinions on the new Texas abortion law.
SMU re-mandates masks indoors as the Delta variant drives surges of COVID-19 cases in Dallas.
The pandemic’s push online was initially borne out of necessity, but now educators are looking at the ways they can continue to implement the lessons from online learning to improve education and combat institutional inequities.
Thousands of Dallas citizens and businesses are still rebuilding after February’s ice age. Here are some organizations helping Dallasites recover.
Despite Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order to lift the mask mandate for the state of Texas, SMU has decided to maintain its COVID-19 protocols until the end of the semester.
University Park’s boil notice has lifted and temperatures continue to rise, yet SMU must still assess and repair damages from last week’s winter storm.