Our arrival in London

Eight SMU undergraduates and four faculty and staff members are exploring the birthplace of residential colleges: Oxford, England. With stops in London, Cambridge, and Bath, this group of residential leaders are searching to answer the question, “What is the culture of a true residential college system?” The students, faculty and staff hope to bring back ideas and traditions to enhance SMU’s new Residential Commons system. Continue reading

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Living history at Oxford

Oxford is certainly not like any college I’ve ever been to. On the first day I was dropped off in the middle of a bustling little town composed of boutiques, pubs, coffee shops, and elaborate churches. The buildings quite literally … Continue reading

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Snapshots of England

Tiffany, who is marketing major in the Cox School of Business, is studying at the University of Westminster in England as part of an SMU-approved IFSA-Butler program. She will be taking business classes and is looking forward to exploring England and Europe. Continue reading

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Arrival in London

Patrick is a senior religious studies and psychology major in Dedman College who has been awarded a Richter Research Fellowship for Summer 2009. He is in the United Kingdom studying how globalization has shaped and is continuing to shape newly ‘emerging’ churches. Continue reading

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