A group of SMU students have started a GoFundMe fundraiser to help some of the 250 dining hall employees who were furloughed due to COVID-19.
A campus-wide email sent in April stated Umphrey Lee dining hall would be closed for maintenance; it has been recently discovered the temporary shut-down was due to pest control.
Marisol Leiva, an advertising and fashion media double major, is just one of the many students who think SMU’s new state-of-the-art dining facility doesn’t live up to the beloved Umphrey Lee Center cafeteria.
SMU’s Founder House, the oldest remaining house in University Park, is just down the street from campus.
1:57 p.m. – SMU Dining services treated students to a free barbecue picnic outside of Clements Hall Friday afternoon. The complimentary food helped ease hungry stomachs as the Umphrey Lee Center remained … Read More