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A new book by SMU’s Embrey Human Rights Program bears witness to physical and emotional scars that linger long after World War II. No Resting Place: Holocaust Poland commemorates the 20th anniversary of the annual pilgrimage that would lead to the University’s pioneering human rights major.
As venerable statesman and decorated war hero Sam Johnson ’51 prepares to leave Congress, he is making two gifts to SMU that will support the education of military veterans and preserve for future study papers and materials from his distinguished life and career.
"I can share with them some of my experiences that they've never dreamed of or thought about — and show them that they can achieve it, too, because I look like them. . . . Now, I've got kids saying they want to design cars and robots and that kind of stuff," said SMU sophomore Jabari Ford, who volunteers at a local elementary school, motivating kids to learn to read. Read the story.
Alumnus Juan Castillo completed a mural for SMU’s Office of Multicultural Student Affairs just before the fall semester began.
The 6,700-square foot facility at Trinity Forest Golf Club is named in honor of the former PGA champion and 1979 SMU alumnus.
Iraq war veteran and SMU student Jason Waller knows how challenging it can be for veterans to find civilian work when they leave the military.
Turn out or travel to back the various Mustangs teams.