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Jeremy Adams

Prof. Adams Mourned
Distinguished SMU Professor of History Jeremy duQuesnay Adams has died. Memorial service Friday.

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Tackling Incivility
Tapping into frustration over political and personal incivility, SMU is launching 'The Third Rail Series' on May 9.

Spring Commencement

Spring Commencement
SMU will celebrate students' academic accomplishments at its annual Commencement ceremony May 14.


Immigration Fuss
Tower Center Fellow Pia Orrenius says the political fuss over immigration is coming at an odd time.

Travel advisory regarding Zika virus
Meadows's Will Power wins national Doris Duke Artist Award
Indiana a watershed for Republicans and Democrats  
Prof. Paige Ware named interim dean of Simmons School
SMU Campus Security Update
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Campus Events

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SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts will present two premieres at its annual benefit concert, “Meadows at the Winspear,” on May 11.
 May 7: Classic Blend: SMU Edition
 May 9: Political and Personal Incivility
 May 11: Symposium for honorary degree recipient
 May 11: James Kelly, Former Assistant Sec. of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
 May 12: Senior Film Screenings
 May 13-14: Commencement Weekend
 May 15: Drawing from the Masters
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Hilltop Highlights


Outstanding Honored
Outstanding students, faculty, administrators and staff are recognized for their achievements.

Alumna Michelle Merrill

Alumni News
Michelle Merrill ’06, ’12 receives Solti Foundation Award for young conductors with promising careers.

Meadows grad students Asiel Sepulveda and Claire Cho at the Bebelplatz in Berlin, examining Micha Ullman’s “Empty Library.”

Experiencing History
SMU Meadows art history students travel to historic sites to experience what they had been studying.

SMU Adventures

SMU Adventures
Blogs by students and faculty about interesting people and places the world over.

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Tipping the Scales
Public, private and nonprofit leaders tackle children’s health issues at a conference at SMU.  

Crane Promenade Dedication

Campaign Celebration
SMU dedicates the Crain Family Centennial Promenade and celebrates the success of the historic Second Century Campaign.  

Health & Safety

It's On UsLive Responsibly
Important information about sexual misconduct and substance abuse, including a message from President Turner.