Earle Labor ’49

Earle Labor (M.A. ’52) is professor emeritus of American literature at Centenary College of Louisiana, curator of the Jack London

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SMU Physicists Contribute To Nobel Prize-winning Discovery

SMU’s experimental physics group played a pivotal role in discovering the Higgs boson – the particle that proves the theory

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Clare G. Weakley, Jr. ’48

Clare G. Weakley, Jr. (M.Th. ’67) of Cornerstone Ministries is an ordained theologian, businessman and philanthropist in Dallas named in

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Francile Foote Ehricht ’41

Francile Foote Ehricht dated her future husband, John Ehricht, in their senior year at SMU. She remembers Snider Hall, the

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Study Finds Fruit Flies Fed Organic Diets Are Healthier

A high school student from Plano, Texas, under the guidance of SMU biologist Johannes H. Bauer, recently participated in a

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Answering The Billion-Dollar Question

As you read in this magazine about our new campaign goal of $1 billion, you may well ask, “Why”? Since we

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Five Mustangs Earn All-Conference Honors In Volleyball

SOPHOMORE AVERY ACKER ALSO GARNERS ALL-AMERICAN AND ALL-REGION HONORABLE MENTIONS Sophomore Avery Acker was named Setter of the Year in the American

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SMU Research Team Studies Player ‘Flopping’ In Sports

SMU biomechanics experts have teamed with Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban to study the practice of player flopping in basketball

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SMU Students Work With Bush Institute, Zambians To Improve Women’s Health Care

By Patricia Ward Tyrell Russell, a sophomore Hunt Leadership Scholar from Riviera Beach, Florida, planned on taking an organic chemistry

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Accomplished Alumni Trace Career Awakenings To SMU

By Patricia Ward An Academy Award-winning film by alumnus William Joyce ’81 wrapped adult emotions in a magical tale that

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