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An update from Meredith of The Guildhall at SMU: Things are really starting to heat up at day two of Comic Con Chicago! In between character spotting and photo ops, we’re on the lookout for future gamers and game changers. … Continue reading
People of all ages came out today to celebrate the fun that Comic Con San Antonio brings to the city. From a baby Ewok, to a magnificent Maleficent, to an Ursula who looked like she swam straight out of the … Continue reading
SMU Guildhall had a great first day at Comic Con San Antonio. The show kicked off with thousands of attendees from all over the country coming together to cosplay, view and purchase amazing art, pose with celebrities, and play games. … Continue reading
Windsor Castle draws tourists from all over the world – including famous ones! Emily scored a shot of basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal when she and Stephanie visited the landmark.
Dance majors Emily (’16), Emily (’16) and René (’17) enjoying the sunshine and sunsets in Paris.
After visiting Borough Market and experiencing the vast array of food and food-related products, I find it extremely difficult to choose one experience to describe. A walk through that market is an adventure in new tastes, smells, and sights the … Continue reading
Field. Trip. Two words adults don’t often utter unless they’re referring to their school-aged children. To date, I’ve gone on two of my very own, grown-up field trips without having to chaperone my two gorgeous children and 40 of their nearest … Continue reading
Emily (’16) and René (’17) attended Trooping the Colour on June 14, 2014 – the ceremony marking the Queen’s official birthday. To their surprise, not only did they see Queen Elizabeth waving and smiling just a few feet away from them, but also … Continue reading