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Engineering With Heart

Systems engineer Tameca Robertson ’99 says the offer of an SMU President’s Scholarship cemented her decision to attend the University.

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The World Is His Office

Scott Krouse ’03, a senior consultant with a global company, now lives in Ireland and travels the world for business. At SMU he received a Hunt Leadership Scholarship and attended SMU-in-Spain in Madrid.

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The Donor Difference

Donors to annual and endowed scholarships play a crucial role in the University’s ability to compete nationally for top students.

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Games On!

The Guildhall, along with GameStop and the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences, launches the Indie Game Challenge to encourage and reward innovation in game development.

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Beyond The Bowl: Historic Turnaround Has Mustangs Facing Foward

For as magnificent as SMU’s historic 45-10 win in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl was, it’s now history, and the resurgent Mustangs are looking ahead. Eight offensive and seven defensive starters from last year’s 8-5 team will return.

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Let’s Keep Things Civil

Ben Voth, director of debate and chair of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs, weighs in on how to bring civility back to public discourse.

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Journalism: New Life For A Dying Breed

Professor Mark Vamos says the essence of journalism – “uncovering the truth and telling people about it” – will never be obsolete.

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Redefining Social Skills

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Blogging, Friending, Tweeting

Websites, blogs and social media like Facebook and Twitter enable members of the SMU community to stay in touch with each other – and the world – on a 24/7 basis.

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The Great Outdoor Adventure Continued

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