Students React to Crackdown on Greek Life

February 27, 2009 · Comments Off 

Student reporter Sarah Acosta spoke with more than a dozen members of the Greek community, finding that most see SMU’s decision to kick KA off campus as too drastic and indicative of a double standard in disciplinary action.

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A Great ‘Day’ For Women’s Basketball

February 26, 2009 · Comments Off 

SMU Head Coach Rhonda Rompola has been waiting for sophomore forward Haley Day to play as well as she did Thursday.

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44th Annual Women’s Symposium Held at SMU

February 26, 2009 · 1 Comment 

SMU students, alumni, faculty, and members of the Dallas community gathered Wednesday to celebrate the 44th Annual Women’s Symposium. A crowd of nearly 100 guests attended the opening luncheon in Hughes-Trigg Ballroom, followed by Emmie V. Baine Lecture speaker and leading financial expert, Glinda Bridgforth.

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Students Schooled on Dalai Lama

February 26, 2009 · Comments Off 

On Wednesday evening, a Tibetan Buddhism specialist spoke to students about the impact the Dalai Lama has on America, as well as how he has remained the most fundamental leader in Tibet for more than six centuries.

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Men’s Basketball Loses in Overtime

February 26, 2009 · Comments Off 

The SMU men’s basketball team wasn’t able to hang on to a 15-point second half lead in a 71-68 loss at UTEP.

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Mustangs Take Down Top Team

February 26, 2009 · Comments Off 

The SMU women’s tennis team defeated 17th ranked University of Arkansas Wednesday, 5-2, at the Dills Indoor Tennis center in Fayetteville, Ark.

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Global News Blog: Canadian Prime Minister Reaches Out to American Media for Support

February 26, 2009 · 1 Comment 

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper took a trip to New York to visit with President Obama earlier this week, but spent more time trying to reach American media outlets than working on political objectives. The Prime Minister appeared on Fox news and recorded interviews with CNBC and CNN to be released at a later date during his stay here.

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Global News Blog: Mexico Media Stress Drug Trafficking Danger

February 26, 2009 · 1 Comment 

This drug violence and drug trafficking has caused a scare not only in Mexico, but here in the United States. Many students that were planning on traveling to Mexico for Spring Break, have had to make a quick change of plans and not head over the border. At a press conference on Monday, Mexico Foreign Relations Secretary Patricia Espinosa stated that the media have magnified and therefore greatly exaggerated the violent acts of drug gangs.

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Global News Blog: New Administration Pointing Fingers?

February 26, 2009 · Comments Off 

On Wednesday, the United States was criticizing China for its annual report on human rights just one week after new Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, visited Beijing.

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SMU Debaters Defeat Wiley College

February 26, 2009 · Comments Off 

Wednesday night, SMU won the long-awaited debate between SMU and Wiley College with a 3-0 decision by judges.

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