Maverick in Missouri: Day One on the Trail

October 31, 2008 · 2 Comments 

Posted by Natalie Ingram

Over five-hundred phone calls were dialed by my tired, conservative fingers. The day was long and at times seemed endless, but my spirit is still high that we might just pull a Hail Mary and win this election after all.

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AfterDark Gives Students Candid Look at Christianity

October 31, 2008 · 1 Comment 

The construction of a cross was considered a lost art of the ancient Romans until Joe White, president and owner of the religious-based Kanakuk Camps, labored with an ax in hand during Wednesday night’s AfterDark program in front of Clements Hall.

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Students Check Out Mizrahi’s Designs at Trunk Show

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Wahlberg Reflects On ‘Max Payne’

October 30, 2008 · Comments Off 

Max Payne, the video game, has been turned into a high-action movie. The red-carpet premiere was held at a trendy nightclub in Deep Ellum, and SMU-TV’s Kaci Koviak snagged an interview with the star, Mark Wahlberg.

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The Daily Update: Thursday, Oct. 30

October 30, 2008 · Comments Off 

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Going Green in Four Easy Steps

October 30, 2008 · Comments Off 

Feeling a little weighed down by your carbon footprint? Here are several simple ways you can live a leaner, greener life.

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Maverick in Missouri: Hitting the Trail

October 29, 2008 · Comments Off 

Posted by Natalie Ingram

Chosen by the GOP, I will begin my duties as a “Campaign Maverick” Thursday in Columbia, Mo., (a swing state, if you didn’t know) to spread the message of the McCain campaign and try my best to help capture the 11 electoral votes of Missouri.

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Pumpkins Sliced, Diced During Dedman Contest

October 29, 2008 · Comments Off 

SMU students got messy during the “Great Pumpkin Search of SMU” carving contest on Tuesday.

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Spanish Guitarist Serenades SMU

October 29, 2008 · Comments Off 

Guitar enthusiasts, students, faculty and staff watched and listened to world-renowned Spanish Maestro Francesco de Paula Soler, known as the “Poet of the Guitar with The Gold Polyphemus,” on Tuesday.

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Students Take Back the Night

October 29, 2008 · Comments Off 

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