Free Chik-Fil-A at the Flagpole Wednesday

February 28, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

By Daily Mustang Staff
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Updated at 9:07 a.m.
Catch a glimpse of you’ll see at the Chick-Fil-A giveaway.

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Daily Mustang readers, here’s your freebie for the week. In case you didn’t get the memo, Chik-Fil-A will be on campus handing out free food Wednesday morning at the flagpole.

Head out to the flagpole from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. to get your free treat. The Chick-Fil-A cows will be handing out chicken biscuits, coupons and Chick-Fil-A merchandise.

Don’t miss your chance at a free breakfast!

VIDEO: Considering Summer school?

February 23, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

Video and editing by Fernando Valdes
jvaldes@smu.edu

VIDEO: SMU Summer School from SMUDailyMustang.com on Vimeo.

The SMU Summer School staff started the Kick-off for Summer School at the Flagpole Wednesday, February 23. The kick-off had free food and giveaways for students interested in knowing more about summer school. SMU Abroad and SMU in Taos were also there, handing out information pamphlets and answering any questions students had about studying abroad and in Taos.

Coca-Cola Encourages Recycling

February 22, 2011 by · Comments Off 

Video and editing by Fernando Valdes
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Coca-Cola representatives visited SMU during their national college tour to encourage students to recycle. Coke’s “Give it Back campaign” hopes to encourage people to recycle their products so that they can be reused in the form of recycling in order to help the environment and fight pollution. Representatives had games and entertainment for students to interact with them while learning about sustainability. Among the prizes given out were cozies and shirts made entirely of recycled Coca-Cola bottles.

Global News Blog: Annual Community Service Day on Halloween

October 27, 2009 by · Comments Off 

Posted by Nadia Dabbakeh

Start your Halloween off right by joining your fellow SMU students in giving back to the community – after all, no tricks or treats could ever compare.

For 41 years, SMU has been using this day to help serve various agencies around the Dallas area. The event is open to all students and campus organizations non-affiliated with Homecoming 2009, as well as those running for King and Queen.

Check begins at 10 am at the University Flagpole, where Director of Multicultural Affairs Jennifer Jones and Student Senate President Patrick Kobler will give opening remarks. Students will then be bused to different service projects and return to campus at 3 pm.

All the wonderful Dallas agencies students will be working with are really looking forward to sharing in the experience. Participants will also receive free movie passes to Studio Movie Grill and plenty of Coke refreshments during the event! Bring your friends, family and giving spirit – and have a happy Halloween!