Monthly Archives: February 2015

Mustang Minute: SMU opens new tennis complex

SMU dedicated its new 45,000-square-foot tennis complex February 20, opening a competition-level facility for practice, training and tournament play. The complex will be home to SMU’s top-ranked men’s and women’s tennis teams and will provide a premier venue for tennis … Continue reading

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Mustang Minute: SMU Freshman’s Big Money Shot!

SMU First-Year Student Shameek Malviya hit a shot from half-court Feb. 14, 2015, at ESPN’s College GameDay in Moody Coliseum to win $18,000. The shot came on his seventh attempt with just one second left to go on the clock. … Continue reading

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Mustang Minute! ESPN College GameDay

SMU’s Moody Coliseum hosted ESPN College GameDay Covered by State Farm on Saturday, Feb. 14, prior to the No. 25 Mustangs’ home game against defending national champion Connecticut.

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Mustang Minute: Career & Internship Fair

SMU’s spring Career & Internship Fair drew more than 90 employers representing various industries and job functions looking for students for full-time and internship opportunities. The event was held in mid-February in Hughes-Trigg Student Center and was sponsored by the Hegi … Continue reading

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Mustang Minute: SMU ranked among nation’s most beautiful campuses

The Princeton Review ranks SMU among the nation’s 10 most beautiful campuses.

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Mustang Minute: National Signing Day

The SMU Mustangs football program and newly hired Head Coach Chad Morris announced Feb. 4 the signing of 21 student-athletes who will join the football team in fall 2015. Included among the new recruits is the highly-touted quarterback Ben Hicks, who enrolled … Continue reading

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Mustang Minute: Big iDeas Demo Day

SMU’s annual Big iDeas Demo Day and the Business Plan Competition, both held on Jan. 30, featured projects by students participating in the University’s Engaged Learning program — learning beyond the classroom.

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