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<em>Treasures From The House Of Alba</em> Through January 3

Treasures From The House Of Alba Through January 3

As its 50th anniversary year continues, the Meadows Museum will present Treasures from the House of Alba: 500 Years of Art and Collecting, September 11– January 3, 2016. The Alba family is graciously allowing more than 130 works from their private collection to leave Spain for the very first time, including Charles V and the Empress Isabella, c. 1628, by Peter Paul Rubens.

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Congratulations! Kerri Brown Awarded Prestigious Fulbright-Hays Grant

SMU anthropology Ph.D. candidate Kerri Brown recently received a Fulbright-Hays international education fellowship to support 18 months of research in Brazil. Brown leaves for Rio de Janeiro in January to continue work on her dissertation about public policy related to traditional medicinal plants in Brazil.

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In The Beginning: Festival Of Lights, 1977

When she came up with the idea to produce a holiday celebration on campus, Vicki Sterquell ’78 didn’t realize she was creating one of SMU’s most beloved traditions, Celebration of Lights. Sterquell, who resides in Houston, was a special guest at this year’s Centennial Celebration of Lights ceremony on November 30. Here are some highlights from her account of that

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Scenes From SMU Family Weekend 2015

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Pumpkins + Power Tools At Deason Innovation Gym

Students got creative using knives, lasers, jigsaws and drills to craft jack-o’-lanterns at the Pumpkins + Power Tools pre-Halloween sponsored by the Deason Innovation Gym at the Lyle School of Engineering. Check out photos and more on the DIG blog.

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Meadows Fall Dance Concert, November 11-15

Meadows Fall Dance Concert, November 11-15

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Congratulations! Men’s Soccer Wins AAC Title

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Final Days: ‘Infanta Margarita’ Showing Ends November 1

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Rain Or Shine, Enjoy A Fun-filled Family Weekend!

Performances by the Meadows Symphony Orchestra, the 40th annual talent show, the SMU vs. Tulsa football game and many more fun events are planned for SMU Family Weekend, October 30-November 1.

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Kimbilio Litfest, October 15: Readings, Books Signings, Q&A

Budding authors or fans of the literary arts will be introduced to an African-American fiction writer’s organization at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, when SMU hosts the latest leg of the inaugural Kimbilio Litfest tour. The tour is an offshoot Kimbilio, which hosts an annual retreat at SMU-in-Taos

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