A sculpture at Little Bighorn Battlefield, which students visited as part of the SMU Embrey Human Rights Program’s tour of Native American sites in the American West. Read their blog.
Perkins School of Theology students “embraced the world” at the Nelson Mandela Monument during their trip to South Africa. Read their blog.
Students served at a Taos school and at sites in nine other cities with SMU Alternative Breaks. Read their blog.
Students in the political science class “The Supreme Court Seminar” are conducting research at the Library of Congress. Read their blog.
Eva lists her top 10 reasons to study in Moscow, including Moscow’s museums, culture and ice cream. Read her blog here.
Twenty members of the SMU community took a study tour of Holocaust sites in Poland with the SMU Embrey Human Rights Program. Read their blog.
Perkins School of Theology students, alums, faculty, staff and friends visited significant sites in and near Bethlehem during their Palestine-Israel Immersion Trip. Read their blog.
Students traveled to Washington, D.C., as part of SMU’s Hilltop on the Hill program. The students visited media and government sites, and met with political communicators, journalists and SMU alumni. Read their blog.
The Honors history class “The Founding Fathers and Slavery” visited the White House and other sites. Read Sara’s blog about their trip.
Students hiked with rescued llamas in Taos as part of SMU Alternative Breaks. Read their blog.