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Watch Now: SMU Interdisciplinary Foosball Fun

SMU Lyle Engineering students teamed up with students from Dedman College and the Cox School of Business to build a regulation foosball table, learning valuable real-world collaborative, interdisciplinary skills along the way.

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Remembering MLK At SMU: March 17, 1966

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Highlights Of Research Day 2016

SMU graduate and undergraduate students presented results of ongoing and completed SMU-based research. Check out the winners at http://www.smu.edu/researchday.

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Thank You, Seniors! No. 24 SMU Beats UConn, 80-54

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SMU’s $1.5 Billion Campaign Forever Enhances Teaching And Learning

SMU’s $1.5 Billion Campaign Forever Enhances Teaching And Learning

Coming on the heels of its 100th birthday celebration, the University announced on February 26 that SMU Unbridled: The Second Century Campaign has raised gifts totaling $1.15 billion, the largest amount ever raised by a private university in Texas. The University’s Board of Trustees heard the final tabulation of gifts

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SMU Panel: Strategies For Advancing Entrepreneurship

The spirit of entrepreneurship is alive and thriving on every corner of campus, regardless of discipline, was the message delivered by a panel of representatives from SMU’s seven schools and hosted by Steven C. Currall, SMU provost and vice president for academic affairs, on February 2. The panel discussion followed the announcement of the creation of the Bobby B. Lyle Centennial Chair in Engineering held by Duncan MacFarlane.

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ICYMI: SMU Campus Named Most Beautiful

ICYMI: SMU Campus Named Most Beautiful

The SMU campus earned No. 1 honors on a list of “Most Beautiful College Campuses in America.”

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Meet SMU Football’s #StangGang16

Meet SMU Football’s #StangGang16

The SMU Mustangs football program announces the signing of 25 student-athletes who will join the team in 2016.

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<em>Salvador Dalí: An Early Surrealist Masterpiece</em>

Salvador Dalí: An Early Surrealist Masterpiece

L’homme poisson by surrealist Salvador Dalí has been acquired by the Meadows Museum at SMU and is the centerpiece of an exhibition that will continue through June 19. The oil-on-canvas painting executed by the artist in 1930 is the first of Dalí’s works to enter a Texas museum collection. Interesting side note: Museum research revealed that Dalí had come to Dallas in 1952 to lecture at SMU’s McFarlin Auditorium.

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Scenes From SMU’s Annual MLK Dream Week

Scenes From SMU’s Annual MLK Dream Week

Activities during SMU’s annual Dream Week honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., included a presentation of a piece of Dallas-SMU history to the Dallas Civil Rights Museum, participation in a national day of service, the traditional Unity Walk through campus, and other events paying tribute to the civil rights leader.

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