Mustangs Take to the Road

Mustangs Take to the Road

Sep 23, 2016|Athletics, Spirit and Traditions|

One wonderful aspect of going to school in Dallas is that Dallas is relatively close to other major cities. For example, Ft. Worth is 45 mins away, Austin is 2.5 hours away, and Houston is still only a 4 hour drive away. Regardless if one would consider Waco a major city, it is only 1.5 [...]

Peace, Soul, Rock & Roll

Oct 7, 2015|Campus Life, Life Around Dallas, Spirit and Traditions|

I absolutely love live music. In fact, I’ve been too close to the speakers at so many concerts that I have hearing loss in my left ear. When I was in high school, I went to at least one concert a month, if not more. I couldn’t get enough of the atmosphere, the fans, the [...]

Snowball!

Oct 7, 2015|Campus Life, Spirit and Traditions, Uncategorized|

At SMU, anything is possible. If you want to have a snowball fight in August, you can! That’s what I did when One28, a campus ministry here at SMU, hosted their annual One28 snowball fight! Every year One28 brings out hundreds of snowballs onto Dallas Hall Lawn, so that students can enjoy the biggest snowball [...]

Homecoming’s Top Perks

Sep 30, 2015|Campus Life, Spirit and Traditions, Student Organizations, Uncategorized|

Homecoming is an exciting time at SMU, and this year was no exception. Southern Methodist University was founded in 1911 and opened for 1915. This Homecoming was the 100th birthday of SMU and the faculty and students filled the entire week with fun activities to celebrate 100 years. Every Homecoming, organizations pair together and participate [...]

SMU’s Centennial Homecoming

Sep 28, 2015|Campus Life, Spirit and Traditions, Student Organizations|

I got to visit with President Turner after handing out prizes to Homecoming Queen and King winners! This year’s Homecoming Celebrations are going to be remembered for a long time to come. SMU had its one hundredth birthday on Thursday, September 24th-the Thursday of Homecoming week! Because of this momentous achievement, SMU celebrated [...]

A Whole New Era for SMU

Sep 16, 2015|Campus Life, Spirit and Traditions|

This year campus feels different. Yes, the improvements being made on campus are hard to miss, and so are the changes to the menu in Arnold, but the real difference is the student body's renewed confidence in our football program. The past few years haven't exactly been the best for our team, but it's already [...]

Football; Our First Big Win with Chad Morris!

Sep 14, 2015|Spirit and Traditions|

Chad Morris getting dunked by our football players! Excitement is really building at SMU! My last blog post featured the hiring of Coach Chad Morris and this one is about his first win at SMU. On Saturday, September 12th, the SMU football players walked off their buses and headed down the boulevard for [...]

ESPN College Game Day

Apr 18, 2015|Ambassadors, Athletics, Campus Life, Spirit and Traditions|

This past month, College Game Day came to SMU, and it was one of the best days for SMU basketball. The day started at 8AM bright and early on a Saturday when they aired the show at our very own Moody Coliseum. As soon as I arrived, we were given free grilled cheese (who doesn’t [...]

A New Era For SMU Football

Apr 15, 2015|Ambassadors, Athletics, Spirit and Traditions|

On December 1st, 2014, Chad Morris was named the new SMU Head Football Coach. Coach Morris comes to the Hilltop after five seasons as the offensive coordinator for Clemson. Morris brings a new level of excitement to the team, something we haven’t seen in a while. In just 64 days, Coach Morris and his staff [...]

A Passion Rediscovered

Apr 13, 2015|Ambassadors, Campus Life, Life Around Dallas, Spirit and Traditions|

When I was 6 years old, my mom bought my twin sister and me our first Dixie Chicks CD. She used to travel for work a few times a month, and one of the weeks that she was away, my dad helped my sister and I learn to sing the song “Long Time Gone” together. [...]

Sing Song

Mar 26, 2015|Ambassadors, Campus Life, Spirit and Traditions|

I could not act, sing, or dance even if my life depended on it. Before college the only musical role I ever played was a pig that just oinked in the background when I was in elementary school. That was the extent of my acting career. After being at SMU for a year and a [...]

Summer on Campus

Mar 23, 2015|Ambassadors, Campus Life, Life Around Dallas, Spirit and Traditions|

I am so excited that this summer I will be here on campus at SMU working AARO. For those that don’t know, AARO is an acronym for “Academic Advising Registration & Orientation” and I will be an AARO leader for next year’s first year students! I applied for the job way back in November and [...]

Bringing Moody Magic to the Top 25

Mar 7, 2015|Ambassadors, Athletics, Campus Life, Spirit and Traditions|

This past week, the SMU men’s basketball team remained in the top 25, by landing a spot as the 21st best team in the country! News like this excites all Mustang fans, and the crowd at the game on Wednesday was one of the loudest I have heard. The team, unfortunately, was not able to [...]

Moody and March Magic

Mar 1, 2015|Ambassadors, Athletics, Campus Life, Spirit and Traditions|

2015 at SMU has already started off with a bang and the men’s basketball team has dominated the New Year. SMU’s 23-6 overall record, 14-3 conference record, have led the Mustangs to the top of the American Athletic Conference, just one game behind Tulsa. Mustang basketball tickets are hard to come by these days as [...]

The Magic of Pony Ears

Jan 12, 2015|Spirit and Traditions|

By Elishah Ramos If you have had the opportunity to spend time on campus, you may or may not have experienced seeing pony ears. Like many other Texas schools, we too have a hand sign, and although it may not be a claw or some horns, we have pony ears. Essentially, to make pony ears, [...]

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