Class Notes 1960-1969

The Class of 1968 will celebrate its Centennial Reunion during Homecoming. Save the dates: October 24-27. Golden Mustangs will be honored during Founders’ Day weekend, April 10-12, 2014.

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Class Notes 1970-1979

Catch up at Homecoming, October 24-27. It will be Centennial Reunion weekend for the classes of 1973 and 1978.

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Class Notes 1980-1989

The classes of 1983 and 1988 will celebrate their Centennial Reunions during Homecoming. Save the dates: October 24-27.

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Class Notes 1990-1999

Save the dates for SMU Homecoming 2013: October 24-27. This is a Centennial Reunion year for the classes of 1993 and 1998.

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Class Notes 2000-2013

The classes of 2003 and 2008 will celebrate their Centennial Reunions at Homecoming. Save the dates: October 24-27.

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SMU Alumna Makes ‘Merry War’ In Joss Whedon Film

Actress Amy Acker ’99 stars in “Much Ado About Nothing,” a new film directed by Joss Whedon that opened in more than 200 theaters nationwide on Friday.

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Alumni Talk ‘Epic’ Collaboration And The Magic Of Imagination

SMU alumni James V. Hart ’69 and William Joyce ’81 started a conversation in 1999 that ends up on the big screen May 24 when Epic, their new animated fantasy-adventure film, opens in theaters around the country.

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Paul Stookey concert on campus May 19 to benefit Hugworks

Hugworks, a nonprofit organization offering music therapy for children of all ages, will present “An Afternoon with Noel Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul and Mary” at 3 p.m. May 19 at SMU’s Greer Garson Theatre.

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Catching up with five friends from the Class of 2012

Catch up with five members of the Class of 2012, who remained in the Dallas area to start their careers or continue their education at SMU.

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Wild about Harry: Alumni’s sons cast in Meadows opera

Colin Beaton, 13, the son of Julia ’84 and Ross Beaton, and Hunter Parkhill, 13, the son of Karen ’87 and Jeff Parkhill, will take turns playing the role of the mischievous Harry, described as the “village brat,” in the opera Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten. SMU’s Meadows Opera Theatre will present the comedic masterpiece February 7-10.

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