‘The Ridiculous and Sublime’ by John Alexander at the Meadows Museum


The Meadows Museum at SMU is honoring one of the University’s most acclaimed artists with the exhibition Human/nature. The Ridiculous and Sublime: Recent Works by John Alexander through July 28. Alexander’s works often incorporate social satire and a surreal cast

Construction starts on UP’s Hillcrest Avenue water line project

The City of University Park has started a water line construction project along the west side of Hillcrest Avenue. The project will result in the closure of southbound lanes on Hillcrest between Daniel Avenue and Potomac Avenue.  Motorists will be provided

Mustang excitement a click away

For the avid sports fan or the casually curious, Mustang Athletics offers all kinds of excitement, from basketball to volleyball, as well as  football, soccer, tennis, swimming & diving, and much much more. Become a member of The Mob or, for the youngsters,

Update for SMU Data Center and Associated Generators

SMU’s 25,000-square-foot Data Center will allow researchers, faculty, and students to utilize the high performance computing equipment to support experiments and research which span many disciplines including, biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, finance, economics, mathematics, and the arts. The general purpose

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SMU receives $45 million gift from the Meadows Foundation

March 24, 2015

The Meadows Foundation, Inc. has pledged $45 million to SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts and the Meadows Museum, the largest single gift in SMU history. With this commitment, The Meadows Foundation has provided more than $100 million to the


SMU Meadows presents “Meadows At The Meyerson”

March 23, 2015

SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts will present its 22nd annual benefit concert, “Meadows at the Meyerson 2015,” at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, in the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora St. in Dallas. Held each spring, the concert

Summer Camp

SMU camps provide skills, experience – and summer fun

March 23, 2015

As North Texas parents look ahead to the summer break, Southern Methodist University prepares its annual slate of summer camps. Kids and teens have the opportunity to participate in athletic programs, learn with LEGO® and explore interests in everything from


SMU students take annual Civil Rights Pilgrimage across South

March 12, 2015

When 50 SMU students boarded a chartered bus and van on March 6 bound for Selma, Ala., they followed the legacy of 50 other SMU undergraduate and Perkins School of Theology students who rode through the night to meet Martin


SMU scholarship to honor memory of slain Dallas civil rights icon Santos Rodriguez

March 12, 2015

The Latino Center for Leadership Development is leading a funding challenge for an SMU human rights scholarship to honor the memory of Santos Rodriguez, a 12-year-old boy whose 1973 shooting death by a Dallas police officer remains one of the

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