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This free historical exhibition, July 14 – 27, features presidential memorabilia and George Washington's copy of the Acts of Congress. Learn more.
Kids, join the Mayor's Summer Reading Club from June 15 – August 10 and win great prizes. Learn more.
The NBA's epidemic of fake falls has sparked SMU research funded by Mark Cuban for ways to scientifically detect “flopping.” Learn more.
Finding the infinitely small "God particle" is helping answer infinitely large questions. Read more.
Buy your tickets for home games against Texas Tech and new conference foes Rutgers, Temple, UConn and UCF. Learn more.
Plan your visit to the Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
Through The Second Century Campaign, SMU is creating a new and innovative living-learning environment called the Residential Commons. Learn more.
Familiarity = SuccessA new study by Prof. Morgan Ward of SMU Cox finds people prefer the familiar to the new in music.
Fostering HopeSMU Perkins students blog from South Africa about giving hope to people.
Faculty in ResidenceThree SMU professors will be the first Faculty in Residence for SMU’s Residential Commons experience.
SMU AdventuresBlogs by SMU students and faculty about interesting people and places the world over.
World ChangersWatch SMU's new "World Changers Shaped Here" commercial.
SMU Physics Circus Physicists Fred Olness and Randy Scalise do "tricks" to interest kids in science.
Making of 'Epic'Alumnus James Hart '69 talks about the new fantasy film and his time at SMU.
Year of the Library2013 marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of SMU’s first library in Dallas Hall.
Honoring the GradsCommencement 2013 paid tribute to graduates and honorary degree recipients.
If you've joined the Class of 2017, learn what's ahead this summer.