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‘Lyle in the City’ installs neighborhood aquaponic system

Lyle Engineering in the City students rebuild a community garden and add an aquaponic system at St. Philip’s School & Community Center in South Dallas.

Meadows presents ‘Marisol,’ ‘Middletown’ and ‘This’

Join us for three contemporary American plays performed by Meadows students in rotating repertory through May 4.

And All the Earth Shall Sing

SMU’s Meadows Concert Choir with end the semester April 27 with a performance based on a line from a Wendell Berry poem.

Resilient America: The 1968 Election and Beyond

1968 was marked by war, riots, assassinations, and in many accounts, a nation coming apart at the seams. Come hear Rhodes College Political Science Professor Michael Nelson discuss this momentous period in American history on May 6.

SMU ‘Relay for Life’ raises more than $153,000 to fight cancer

SMU’s Relay For Life team raised more than $153,00 at its 11th annual walk-and-run event, which celebrates the lives of people who have battled cancer and fights back against the disease.

Peruna Paint Project visits Conrad High

The Peruna Paint Project recently visited DISD’s Emmett J. Conrad High School, where SMU students and alumnae painted the University logo and mascot on a school wall to help call attention to the importance of higher education. Two of the

SMU’s “Meadows at the Meyerson” part of Dallas Arts Week

SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts will present its 21st annual benefit concert, “The 2014 Meadows at the Meyerson,” at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 9, as part of Dallas Arts Week, April 5 – 13. Held each spring, the concert

SMU presents the 26th annual Sing Song

The 26th Annual Sing Song, a special evening of musical performances by SMU students, will be at 8 p.m. Friday, April 11, in McFarlin Auditorium. Sing Song is a themed competition, sponsored by SMU’s Program Council, between groups across campus

Founders’ Day Weekend

Join us April 10–13, 2014 for Founders’ Day Weekend, an opportunity to reconnect with professors, classmates and current students. This year’s event occurs during the centennial celebration of the Year of the Faculty and features many ways to engage with

SMU to host Relay For Life event April 5

DALLAS (SMU) – SMU’s Relay For Life team won first place among the top 25 collegiate relay teams by raising more than $29,000 in pledges in a 72-hour fundraising event to benefit the American Cancer Society. Following up on the

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