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Mayor’s Summer Reading Club launches

The Dallas Mayor’s 2014 Summer Reading Club launched June 7 with special events at various branch libraries, as well as an SMU-sponsored Summer Author Series.

Basketball players promote asthma screening

Shawn Williams and Nick Russell of the SMU Men’s Basketball team helped the Health and Wellness Alliance for Children promote an asthma screening at Jubilee Park Community Center.

SMU alumni among DBJ’s ’40 Under 40′

The Dallas Business Journal honored its “40 Under 40″ business professionals at a special event on May 29. Among those singled out for recognition were several SMU alumni . . .

A Century of SMU Athletics

To celebrate “A Century of SMU Athletics,” SMU Athletics will be counting down 100 iconic moments in its history leading up to the first football game of 2014 on August 31 at Baylor.

Drawings by Spanish masters at the Meadows Museum

This summer, the Meadows Museum is presenting the first large-scale exhibition of drawings from the Kupferstichkabinett at the Hamburger Kunsthalle. The Spanish Gesture: Drawings from Murillo to Goya in the Hamburger Kunsthalle continues through Aug. 31, 2014.

SMU Continuing & Professional Education for Summer 2014

Let SMU Continuing and Professional Education be your guide to expanding your personal and professional enrichment. SMU CAPE’s Informal Courses for Adults offers courses in the arts, business, history, literature, languages and travel. Or energize your career, expand your skills, explore new fields and

SMU Camps: Fun times ahead for kids and teens

A variety of enriching summer camps will be offered on SMU’s main campus in Dallas as well as in Plano this summer. Kids and teens have the opportunity to participate in athletic programs, learn with LEGO® and explore interests in

Student surveying the Great Trinity Forest

Environmental Science major Jewel Lipps is surveying forest composition to identify and characterize riparian forest communities within the Great Trinity Forest at the Trinity River Audubon Center and from this data will determine their successional stages.

Experience the Meadows Museum at SMU

Experience the Meadows Museum at SMU as the Museum approaches its 50th anniversary and deepens its relationship with the great institutions and collections of Spanish art around the world. The museum is a resource of SMU that serves a broad

‘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.

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