From SMU to Mizzou: ‘Maverick’ Hits the Trail

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Junior Natalie Ingram is working the phones and knocking on doors in her home state of Missouri for the McCain campaign. Check the politics blog for daily updates of her experiences and to view her latest post.

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Tips for Avoiding Credit Card Debt

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Video by Jia Thomas jiat@smu.edu

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We’re Not So Picture Perfect

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Posted by Caitlin Myers

Why are we, especially upperclassmen, so hesitant to get our pictures taken for the Rotunda Yearbook?

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Students Climb into the Night at Dedman Event

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Economic Havoc Hits Hilltop

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Students, alumni and Dallas residents are all feeling the effects of America’s financial fiasco. Check out the Daily Mustang’s coverage of the crisis, including a video on credit card debt and the three stories below.

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The Daily Update: Friday, Oct. 31

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Politics blog: Joe who?

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Posted by Laura Vasquez

At McCain’s rally in Ohio Thursday morning, McCain gave a shout-out to Joe Wurzelbacher – assuming that he would be in the audience. No answer. Joe was a no-show.

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Students Feeling Pinch of Economic Crisis

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From restrictions on student loans to fewer job opportunities, the economic crisis has SMU students and faculty members wary of the future.

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Shaky Market Worries Business Students, Alumni

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Carlos Suñe, a senior finance major at SMU, has a diverse resume. The Cox student speaks three languages, has traveled abroad, and interned for almost eight months with Fanny Mae as a financial intermediaries group business analyst.

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Shoppers Seize Bargains as Retail Sales Slump

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As the rocky economy takes its toll, some Dallas consumers are taking advantage of retailers’ sagging sales.

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