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Distinguished Alumni Award Celebration
Thursday, October 21
7 p.m.

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Homecoming Parade and Boulevard Festivities
Saturday, October 23
Beginning at 11 a.m.
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SMU vs. Houston
Saturday, October 23
2:30 p.m.
Call 214-SMU-GAME or visit smumustangs.com for tickets.

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Reunion Parties
Saturday, October 23
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Homecoming 2010 brings the SMU community together once again to share in the traditions of class reunions, the Distinguished Alumni Awards and tailgating on the Boulevard before watching the Mustangs take on the University of Houston Cougars. This year’s festivities also feature country music star Jack Ingram ’93.

Ingram, winner of the 2008 Academy of Country Music award for “Best New Male Vocalist,” will lead the Homecoming Parade as Grand Marshal. Following the parade, Ingram will perform at a free outdoor concert at 12:15 p.m. on the main quad in front of Dallas Hall. He will also perform the national anthem before the football game.

Distinguished Alumni Awards

Four outstanding SMU alums will be honored at the Distinguished Alumni Awards event during Homecoming Weekend. Attorney George W. Bramblett, Jr. ’63, ’66, business leader Gary T. Crum ’69 and South African journalist Stephen Mulholland ’60 will be recognized for their accomplishments and contributions to society. Documentary filmmaker Tammy Nguyen Lee ’00 will be honored with the Emerging Leader Award.

Reunions

More than 1,300 alumni and friends will attend Saturday night parties, and more than 1,000 alumni fans will cheer on the Mustang football team against the University of Houston Cougars during Homecoming Weekend. Reunion attendees can drop by special tents on the Boulevard, take a campus tour, attend a weekend kickoff celebration on Friday night and enjoy the 2010 Earl Stewart Lady Mustang and Reunion Invitational golf tournament benefiting the Lady Mustang golf program. Visit smu.edu/reunion for a complete schedule.

Breaking New Ground: Presenting the George W. Bush Presidential Center

October 23 – February 6, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

The George W. Bush Presidential Center presents a special exhibit at the Meadows Museum that will display some of the historic treasures from the George W. Bush presidency, including the bullhorn President Bush used when he visited Ground Zero on September 14, 2001. Visitors will be introduced to the planned features of the Bush Center, including design renderings, landscape features and an architectural model. Visitors will also learn about the work of the Bush Institute and key archives of the presidential library. The exhibit is free to the public.

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