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Mustangs Who Care: A Wristband For Responsibility

SMU student leaders have formed Mustangs Who Care, a program that encourages students to act responsibly in social settings and trains them to intervene when someone is misusing alcohol or drugs and needs help.

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Meadows Prize Honors Innovative Groups

Meadows School of the Arts has selected two recipients of the inaugural 2009-10 Meadows Prize, a new international arts residency.

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The Future Of Science

SMU hosts its first Physician Scientist Training Program for seventh- and eighth-grade students.

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SMU Students Become ‘Great Debaters’

The SMU debate program makes a strong showing after a four-year hiatus.

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Bush Makes Surprise Visit To Campus

Former President George W. Bush delights students with a surprise visit.

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Junior Wins Truman Scholarship

Junior Warren Seay has been selected as a 2009 Truman Scholar, a prestigious national award that recognizes college juniors with exceptional leadership potential who are committed to careers in government or public service.

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Fulbright Scholars Work In Vietnam, Peru

Three members of the SMU community are continuing their work overseas after receiving grants from the U.S. Department of State’s prestigious Fulbright Program.

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New Angles On Mexican Artist

The Meadows Museum’Diego Rivera: The Cubist Portraits, 1913-1917exhibit provides a new perspective on the great Mexican painter’s artistic production during the formative years he spent in literary and art circles in Paris during World War I.

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Seen & Heard

Leading minds share their unique perspectives with the SMU community.

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Engineering On Demand: A New Kind Of Lab

SMU engineering students will be the first in the world to study and create through the one-of-a-kind SMU/Lockheed Martin Skunk Works® Program at the Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering.

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