When SMU student George O’Brien found his car slipping uncontrollably just outside Eastline Residences, he became one of hundreds of Dallas drivers who fell victim to icy roads in yet another bout of severe winter weather this month.
All Thursday and Friday classes were moved online via an early morning announcement Thursday.
As DFW prepares for its second winter storm in as many years, SMU says it intends to hold classes and events in person.
Energy curtailment notifications fill SMU inboxes, but what they are and why they’re necessary is not entirely clear.
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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.
Residents in University Park and SMU must boil their tap water before consumption, or use bottled water. All classes have also been canceled through Friday.
All virtual and in-person classes are canceled for Wednesday, per a campus-wide email on 4 p.m.Tuesday.
SMU has cancelled all classes through Tuesday after statewide weather warnings and power outages, but some in the campus community feel the decision should have come earlier.