Night Life Blog: Tis the Season for ‘Season’s Greetings’

November 25, 2008 · Comments Off 

Posted by: Shelley Smith

Sticking around for Thanksgiving break and in the mood for some early holiday cheer? Head to Theatre Three this weekend to catch opening night of a sure-to-be Holiday entertainment favorite

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The Big Bang Machine

November 25, 2008 · Comments Off 

The universe is a mysterious place full of the unknown. What are the origins of earth? What is dark matter? All are questions SMU scientists are working to answer as part of the Hadron Collider project.

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The Daily Update: Tuesday, Nov. 25

November 25, 2008 · Comments Off 

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The Daily Update: Monday, Nov. 24

November 25, 2008 · Comments Off 

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A Student’s Journey from Science to Opera

November 24, 2008 · Comments Off 

Graduate student Dee Donasco went from a biology undergrad at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to a soprano-singing student here on the Hilltop.

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Students ‘Give Thanks’ at ABS Dinner

November 24, 2008 · Comments Off 

The Association of Black Students hosted their second annual “Give Thanks” dinner Friday, Nov. 21 in the Hughes-Trigg Varsity.

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Turkish Bake Sale Benefits Underprivileged Youth

November 24, 2008 · Comments Off 

SMU’s Turkish Student Association put together an all-day, charity-driven bake and craft sale Thursday, Nov. 20.

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“Boulevarding” Limited for Seniors This Year

November 24, 2008 · Comments Off 

“Boulevarding” on football game days has always been a favorite tradition at SMU. Whether or not the team is successful during the year, SMU students come out to the boulevard before home games to hang out with friends and do a little bit of pre-gaming.

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Workers Dig Deep for New Caruth Hall

November 24, 2008 · Comments Off 

Construction is underway for the upcoming, environmentally-friendly Caruth Hall.

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Arts Beat: Lyle Ashton Harris Lecture

November 23, 2008 · Comments Off 

Posted By: Brenna Rushing

On Thursday night, Lyle Ashton Harris spoke about his controversial artwork at the Meadows Museum. He’s made collages, photographs, and paintings that portray everything from his family, heritage, and sexuality.

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