About Zoe Patterson

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Culture on Campus

2017-11-29T08:29:50-06:00 Oct 15, 2017|Campus Life, Meadows School of the Arts, Student Organizations|

SMU has some of the most entertaining cultural and artistic experiences on a college campus through our Meadows School of the Arts. Over the course of the semester, you could easily catch performances in dance, vocal performance, studio art and orchestra. A while ago, I had the opportunity to see the Cézanne String Quartet’s final [...]

Rising in Ranks from Varsity to Club Sports

2017-11-29T08:27:36-06:00 Sep 28, 2017|Athletics, Campus Life, Student Organizations|

Four year varsity football. Four year varsity track and field. First Team All-State athlete. And after all that in high school, NOT a collegiate varsity athlete. Why? Near the end of high school, I was seriously considering the possibility of playing varsity football at my future college. Every time I weighed the pros and cons, [...]

My Favorite Dining Hall Hacks

2017-11-29T08:27:09-06:00 Sep 22, 2017|Campus Life, General, Residence Life and Student Housing|

I have been on an SMU meal plan for the past three years and I can genuinely say there are some undeniable perks involved with eating on campus. First and foremost, there is absolutely no required cooking. SMU offers all the home cooked meals a student could want in both dining hall locations, Umphrey Lee [...]

Benefits of the Dallas Arts District

2017-11-29T11:18:51-06:00 Sep 20, 2017|Life Around Dallas|

Just a ten-minute drive from SMU’s campus is a hub for visual and performing arts known as the Dallas Arts District. As a lover of all things performance, this is my favorite part of downtown—whether it be theater, opera, concerts, musical theater, dance or classical music—there are so many performance experiences to take advantage of. [...]

An English Major among Engineers

2017-11-29T08:27:56-06:00 Sep 18, 2017|Academics, Campus Life, Lyle School of Engineering|

I can remember the first time I heard the job title “Maker.” It was from a friend who referenced a man he knew who would make custom objects for a living. “What!?” I asked, “you can make a living off of just making random things for people?” To say I’m a handy person is an exaggeration [...]

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