Happy Spring Break. Rest, relax, and enjoy your time away. See you next week.
FOX 4 – The dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center provided a striking image of five living U.S. presidents shoulder to shoulder for the event now ten years past. It was also the start of SMU’s Center for Presidential History. Good Day talks to the center’s director, Dr. Jeff Engel, about what a […]
Let’s help shape a brighter future for Dedman College students! Visit the Dedman College Giving Day Page: https://givingday.smu.edu/pages/dedman-college/?appeal_id=63fe445f7b2a06205282d747 The featured Dedman College funds are listed below: Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Anthropology Student Seminar Room Center for Presidential History Dean’s Research Council Dedman College Scholars Dedman College Research and Advanced Studies Department of Political Science Department of World […]
ESPN– The Cowboys conflict: The cost of rooting for America’s Team play. By SMU alumnus Roberto Jose Andrade Franco HOURS BEFORE THE Dallas Cowboys host the Chicago Bears on a late October day, you can feel the hope. The sun shines on North Texas, after days of cold and rainy skies. The Cowboys have won […]
Congratulations to History alum Joel Zapata as he was recently published in the US Latina & Latino Oral History Journal. His article, “Foro: The Civil Rights in Black and Brown Project,” can be found in Volume 6, 2022.
SMU will be closed for the holiday from December 23 to January 2. Enjoy your break and see you in the new year.
DC Journal – Opinion Piece by Jo Guldi, a professor of history and a faculty member of the Data Science Institute at Southern Methodist University. Guldi is the author of “The Long Land War: The Global Struggle for Occupancy Rights.” A month ago, COP 27 (the 2022 U.N. Climate Change Conference) had its last session. What […]
December Commencement is Saturday, December 17, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. in Moody Coliseum. Doors open at 8:00 a.m. To see all the details for Commencement weekend, including a link to the ceremony live stream, visit here on our website.
Washington Times It’s a small group no one wants to be a member of. Since the dawn of the republic only 10 elected presidents have been rejected by voters in their bids for a second term. Only one of those, Grover Cleveland, was able to win a non-consecutive term after losing his first re-election campaign. […]
Wishing all of our SMU family and friends a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. SMU will be closed November 24-25.