Campus News Blog: SMU Guildhall Gives Gamers One More Reason To Keep Playing

February 28, 2009 · Comments Off 

Posted by Rachel Orr

Video gamers have one more reason not to put down that control.

The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) along with the Guildhall at SMU announced their “Academy Scholar” program.

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SMU Women’s Basketball Against UTEP: ARCHIVED BROADCAST

February 28, 2009 · Comments Off 

Click here to listen to the archived broadcast.

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VSA to Host a Tournament That’s Got Students Talking

February 28, 2009 · Comments Off 

For the first time ever VSA will host a never-before-seen rock climbing, table tennis, and pool tournament hoping students will have fun breaking a sweat and winning prizes while learning about the organization.

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Global News Blog: Feds bust Mexican drug cartel

February 28, 2009 · Comments Off 

Posted by Nicole Jacobsen

According to Fox News on Wednesday, “Federal authorities arrested more than 750 people across the country in what they describe as ‘the largest and hardest hitting’ operation to ever target the ‘the very violent and dangerously powerful’ drug cartel known as Sinaloa.”

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Campus News Blog: Guantanamo Debate Continues

February 28, 2009 · Comments Off 

Posted by Elizabeth Siebman

SMU hosted the Wiley College debate team Wednesday to argue the issue of “Closing Guantanamo Bay.” During the debate, SMU argued the affirmative side and Wiley took the negative side. SMU won the debate; however, it will be interesting to see how the national debate over this controversial detention center ends.

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Arts Beat: Crooked Tree Coffeehouse is Haven for Indie Kids and Mainstream Coffee Lovers Alike

February 28, 2009 · Comments Off 

Crooked Tree Coffeehouse features local art and hosts live musical acts on Friday and Saturday nights.

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‘Race to Execution’ Questions Link Between Death Penalty and Race

February 27, 2009 · Comments Off 

SMU professor Rick Halperin, Director of the SMU Human Rights Education Program, and other SMU professors held a screening of two films adressing the death penalty and a question and answer session followed afterward.

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The Daily Update: Friday, Feb. 27

February 27, 2009 · Comments Off 

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Students Relax With A Massage

February 27, 2009 · 2 Comments 

Students received professional massages in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center as part of Finer Womanhood Week.

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Series Takes School Parody to New ‘Heights’

February 27, 2009 · Comments Off 

For the HBO series, “Summer Heights High,” think high school with a twist. This short series has the appeal of a documentary, depicting every day life at an Australian public school.

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