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Program to examine paradox of nuclear weapons

Nuclear Weapons and National Security: The Once and Future Role of the Bomb
SMU’s Tower Center for Political Studies will host a program March 26 that analyzes the implications of the shift in the nuclear weapons policy, past purposes for the policy in American national security, and the future of the bomb.  
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SMU Summer Camps
Opportunities to participate in athletic programs, learn with LEGO® and explore everything from art to engineering to science.

Santos Rodriguez

Human Rights Scholarship
SMU scholarship to honor memory of slain Dallas civil rights icon Santos Rodriguez.

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Meadows Museum at 50
SMU’s Meadows Museum is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2015 with special exhibitions and programs.

Pen in Hand

LitFest is March 19-21
The English Department presents the 2015 SMU Literary Festival, including author readings, conferences and book signings.

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Immigration Issues
Controversy surrounding immigration is almost as old as the country itself. SMU experts can provide fresh insights into the current debate.

Sarah Feuerbacher

Naming Your Baby
If for some strange reason your child does not like the perfect name you’ve bestowed upon him, don’t require him to use it anyway, recommends Sarah Feuerbacher, director of SMU's Center for Family Counseling.