Category Archives: Neighborhood News

Update for SMU Data Center and Associated Generators

Construction of the generator brick cladded service yard enclosure and duct bank has begun with anticipated delivery of the permanent generator in early June. It will take about a month to make it operational. At that point, the temporary generator

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

Spring registration open for Continuing And Professional Ed

Registration for spring personal enrichment courses is now open! Explore subjects that excite and intrigue you, taught by instructors who are as enthusiastic about what they teach as you are to learn. With additional levels of existing courses, you can

Meadows Museum celebrating 50th anniversary in 2015

SMU’s Meadows Museum is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2015 with a series of special Golden Anniversary exhibitions and programs. The centerpiece of the celebration will be a series of public and private events April 16-18, 2015, during SMU’s annual

An exhibition of works by Depression-era Texas artist H.O. Robertson

The Meadows Museum is offering an exhibition of works by H.O. Robertson (1887-1970), an artist who lived in Dallas during the 1930s and 1940s and was active with the development of Texas Regionalism and the Dallas Nine circle.

Update: 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

‘Defined By Light’ at DeGolyer Library

Images and objects from the collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus in celebration of the 175th anniversary of the announcement of photography is at SMU’s DeGolyer Library.

‘1972’ by Artist Sarah Morris opens at SMU’s Pollock Gallery

‘1972,’ an exhibit and film about that fateful Summer Olympics, opens at SMU. In her 38-minute film, Morris gathers together picturesque views of Munich, archival photographs and the Olympic stadium, and interweaves them with documentary-style interview footage of Georg Sieber, the psychologist

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