Enjoy this roundup of interesting videos and stories highlighting some of the people and events making news on the Hilltop.
Former student-athletes Janielle Dodds ’07, Denny Holman ’67, Wes Hopkins ’83, Hank Kuehne ’99, Cheril Santini ’95 and the late Clyde Carter ’35 have been named to the SMU Athletics Hall of Fame and will be recognized at the annual banquet and induction ceremony on Friday, May 4 at Moody Coliseum.
Please enjoy this roundup of interesting videos and stories highlighting some of the people and events making news on the Hilltop.
SMU alumna Regina Taylor ’81 planned a career in journalism before she fell in love with acting as a student at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts. While collecting a trove of acting accolades, she never stopped putting pen to paper.
Tom Dundon ’93 helped turn Topgolf into a millennial magnet, and as the new majority owner of the Carolina Hurricanes professional hockey team, he’ll apply his brand of secret sauce to fire up fans.
In case you missed it this month, please enjoy these interesting videos and stories.
More than $5 million in contributions from a consortium of donors will support a new energy management initiative and naming opportunity in the SMU Indoor Performance Center in honor of Kyle D. Miller ’01.
An SMU study reveals that the key to encouraging more top female students to pursue careers in male-dominated professions could be as simple as exposing them to successful, charismatic women in those fields.
The Meadows Division of Theatre and the Dallas Theater Center will present Frankenstein at the Kalita Humphreys Theater in Dallas, February 2–March 4.