- Alumni Talk ‘Epic’ Collaboration And The Magic Of Imagination
- 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
- 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
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Inertia, the 2D platform arcade game created by students from The Guildhall at SMU-in-Plano, is one of the big winners ($130,000 in cash and prizes) of the second annual Indie Game Challenge. The eight members of SMU’s Team Hermes are … Continue reading
Meadows Museum and the Prado Museum in Madrid have entered into a three-year partnership, marking the first such international program for Spain’s national museum.
The Horton Foote Collection at DeGolyer Library includes more than 200 boxes of material documenting the 60-year career of the playwright, author and filmmaker. In the spring an exhibit and panel discussion at the the library will focus on Foote, who died in 2009 at age 92.
The new smu.edu mobile website puts SMU in the palm of your hand.
Get the facts about SMU’s beloved mascot – while supporting his care.
SMU students have received some of the nation’s most prestigious fellowships and awards this school year.
Screenwriter and author James V. Hart ’69 has received the first Literati Award from Friends of the SMU Libraries.
Hilltop Lane has been renamed Robert S. Hyer Lane in honor of SMU’s first president.
Meadows Museum exhibit focuses on the finer things in life, as assembled by King Charles IV of Spain (1748-1819).