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Daily Archives: March 16, 2017
A team of eight SMU Dedman School of Law students, led by professor and immigration law expert Natalie Nanasi, will spend their spring break providing pro bono legal services to undocumented immigrants detained at the Karnes City Family Detention Center, near San Antonio. The law students aim to win asylum in the United States for the refugee women and children. Continue reading
An update from Greg G., a sophomore majoring in statistical sciences, and minoring in computer science and history: Every kid loves using their imagination to create and play in new worlds, whether it’s slaying dragons, flying spaceships, or sometimes, trying … Continue reading
An update from Anna Grace C., a sophomore majoring in fashion media and minoring in law and legal reasoning: Our second day in D.C. was surprisingly colder than the first. While we were indulging in the unlimited coffee and continental … Continue reading
An update from Tim S., a sophomore majoring in political science and history and minoring in public policy and international affairs: It’s easy to think from what’s been shown so far from our D.C. escapade that the dozen … Continue reading
An update from Alex M., a first-year student studying political science, philosophy and mathematics: After trekking uphill (both ways, though I’m told that’s impossible) in the snow, in a jacket far too thin for my liking, I arrived at the … Continue reading
An update from Cooper B., a first-year student studying finance: Three alarms scream the start of the day. It is 6 a.m. and we simultaneously slam our phones to silence the commotion. I stumble into the shower as my roommates … Continue reading
An update from Denise Gee with SMU News & Communications. At Berlin’s Topography of Terror Museum we gather to look at one of the Holocaust’s most iconic photographs. Given the name “The Last Jew in Vinnitsa” (from what was written on … Continue reading