Advice For Indie Film Success From SMU Alum Thane Economou ’10

Advice For Indie Film Success From SMU Alum Thane Economou ’10

Meadows School of the Arts alumnus Thane Economou ’10 is known for indie comedies such a Quentin and Lisa at the Grocery Store, a rom-com short that has earned plenty of positive buzz on the film festival circuit. In an interview with Dreamfly Productions, he encourages students to take any internships they can get in the industry – preferably in LA – to start building their résumés and networks.

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To Our Readers: SMU Prepares For An Unprecedented Celebration

“Our anniversary events are providing opportunities to honor our past, but most of all, they represent optimistic signposts to our future,” says SMU President R. Gerald Turner

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See A Special Thank-You Message From SMU

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Congratulations To The Class Of 2015!

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Artist Dorothy Shain ’12 And The SMU Prof Who Turned Her World Upside Down

Artist Dorothy Shain ’12 And The SMU Prof Who Turned Her World Upside Down

When SMU alumna Dorothy Shain ’12 decided to become a full-time artist, one of her first calls was to Barnaby Fitzgerald, her painting professor at Meadows School of the Arts for over three years. She extols his wise counsel in a Rue interview as “the best advice I have ever gotten.”

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Bridwell Library Exhibit Highlights First Five African Americans To Graduate From SMU

Bridwell Library Exhibit Highlights First Five African Americans To Graduate From SMU

On May 30, 1955, A. Cecil Williams, James V. Lyles, James A. Hawkins, John W. Elliott and Negail R. Riley made history by becoming the first African Americans to graduate from SMU’s Perkins School of Theology. Bridwell Library’s 60th-anniversary exhibition highlights their accomplishments after seminary as distinguished church and community leaders.

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Molly Rhode ’00

Molly Rhode ’00

Molly Rhode, actor, choreographer, director and theater educator, has been named to the new position of artistic director for Northern Sky Theater.

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Mark Elliott ’93

Mark Elliott completed the hours requirement (3,000+ supervised hours) and passed a national licensing exam to become a licensed clinical

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Celebrating The Meadows Museum, Founders’ Day Weekend

Founders’ Day Weekend April 16-18 celebrated several University milestones – the 100th anniversary year of SMU’s opening, the Year of

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Which SMU Building Are You? Take The Quiz And Find Your Cause

Which SMU Building Are You? Take The Quiz And Find Your Cause

Take our “Which Building Are You?” quiz, a fun way to find your SMU cause. And, remember, when in doubt, always pick “kittens” when asked to choose adorably cute baby animals. Enjoy!

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