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Republicans and Democrats
Between now and the political conventions in July 2016 — the Democrats in Philadelphia and the Republicans in Cleveland — words and videos meant to persuade and distort will only intensify . . . Read more. 
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Black History Month Collage

Black History Month
SMU is celebrating Black History Month during February with a variety of events and presentations.

Portrait of Marie Cronin, c. 1906 by Claudio Castelucho y Diana (Spanish, 1870-1927)

New Meadows Exhibits
Two new exhibits featuring female artists open this weekend at the Meadows Museum.

summer camps

SMU Summer Camps 2016
SMU offers a slate of summer camps for kids and teens, from art to athletics to science.

Thomas Knock

Recalling McGovern
History Prof. Thomas Knock has written a new biography on 1972 presidential hopeful George McGovern.

Joshua Rovner

Wash. Post: Realism 'fleeting'
Foreign policy ‘realism' is 'almost certainly be fleeting,' says Tower Center Distinguished Chair Joshua Rovner.

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The Art of Attack

Republicans struggle with the art of attack as Trump threatens a knockout victory in South Carolina.
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