end notes

Reeling In The Green

Winning video sees going green as a black and white issue.

Read more

Mysterious Masks Unveiled

Curatorial sleuths solve a case of mistaken identity at Hamon Arts Library.

Read more

Digging Dirt Together

The Archaeology Field School at SMU-in-Taos has begun a unique education and research partnership with students and faculty from Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pennsylvania.

Read more

Darwin: The Evolving Celebration

SMU’s celebration of Charles Darwin continues in the fall with a DeGolyer Library exhibit and other events.

Read more

The Real Indiana Jones

Anthropologist Fred Wendorf writes about the adventures of his 60-year career in Desert Days: My Life as a Field Archaeologist.

Read more

And The Winners Are

SMU team hits the bull’s-eye in national Data Mining Shootout.

Read more

An Enchanted Taos Weekend

From ancient civilizations to the atomic age, the art, history and science of the Southwest will be explored July 23-26 at the SMU-in-Taos Cultural Institute.

Read more

Recounting Hilltop Highlights

Marsh Terry is telling SMU’s story with a little help from his friends in From High on the Hilltop . . . Marshall Terry’s History of SMU with Various Essays by His Colleagues.

Read more

One Of Our Nine Is Missing

On Aug. 24, 2006, Pluto was demoted to dwarf planet status, but a Facebook star was born: SMU sophomore Steven Klimczak.

Read more

In Remembrance Of Special Women

The Remember the Ladies! campaign offers the opportunity to honor special women in your life.

Read more