CCPA students helped remud the historic St. Francisco de Asis Church in Taos in June 2010. They’re also interning at nonprofit organizations and taking classes at SMU-in-Taos. Read their blog.
Ten students in SMU’s Model United Nations program participated in the World Model U.N. 2010 Conference in Taipei, Taiwan. The SMU delegation was assigned to represent Armenia at the conference and won two outstanding delegate awards. Read their blog.
While participating in Alternative Spring Break 2010 in Mexico, students visited the anthropology museum in Xalapa. Read their blog.
Students participating in SMU-in-Madrid during spring 2010 visited Pais Vasco, or the Basque Country, of northern Spain, where they saw the trunk of the Tree of Guernica, which symbolizes liberty.
Rachel spent spring break 2010 in Paris researching French slang, or “Verlan,” as part of a Richter Research Fellowship. Read her blog.
Students, faculty and staff participating in the 2010 Civil Rights Pilgrimage walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge on the 45th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Read their blog.
David (second from left) and other classmates at American University took a quick trip between snowstorms to New York. Read his blog.
Alex, who is participating in SMU in Copenhagen in Spring 2010, visited Elsrum Abbey,
where students played medieval games. Read her blog.
Seven SMU students are spending winter term 2009-10 in Oaxaca, Mexico, exploring ancient sites, art, architecture and culture. Read their blog.
Mustang Band and Spirit Squad members reported from the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl in December.
Read their blog.