- Paul Stookey concert on campus May 19 to benefit Hugworks
- Catching up with five friends from the Class of 2012
- Wild about Harry: Alumni’s sons cast in Meadows opera
- Alumni make beautiful music together in West Point Band
- Meadows alumnus advances in Metropolitan Opera competition
- Alumnus nominated for sound work on Lincoln
- SMU Rises In Rankings For Academics, Faculty, Facilities
- In Memoriam
- Biggest Bang: SMU Physicists Play Major Role In Particle Discovery
- Alumnus Gives $12.1 Million For Law School Scholarships
- Jon Charles Fortman on Residential Commons: Transforming The On-Campus Living Experience
- smumagazine on Prelude To A Presidential Center: Bush Institute Sponsors Symposia
- Tony Dickensheets on Prelude To A Presidential Center: Bush Institute Sponsors Symposia
- Bryan Russell on 2000-11
- Don and Lauren Isbell and baby Claire Anne (class of 2003) on 2000-11
Category Archives: campaign update
Hailed as an incubator for creativity and innovation, the new Caruth Hall opens the next chapter for SMU’s Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering.
The Mary Alice and Mark Shepherd Jr. Atrium serves as both an architectural focal point and
a source of energy-saving sunlight in the new Caruth Hall, part of the Lyle School of Engineering.
The new Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development is now under construction at University Boulevard and Airline Road.
The Hunter and Stephanie Hunt Institute for Engineering and Humanity in Lyle School of Engineering will combine the power of engineering, collaboration and the free market to address the vital needs of the impoverished in the United States and abroad.
President’s Associates are honored for their generous support.
The Mustang Band Second Century Initiative funding goals include $2 million for scholarships and student support and $3 million for a new band hall.
Celebrating The Second Century Campaign in the Crescent City.
The new Elizabeth Perkins Prothro Hall and renovations to Kirby and Selecman Halls open a new chapter in the history of Perkins School of Theology.
The new Meadows Museum Sculpture Plaza is hailed as “a destination not only to see art, but also a welcoming space to gather with friends.”
The Meadows Scholars program offers scholarships in each of the Meadows School of the Art’s disciplines, providing an annual stipend of $7,500 per student.