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Jungle ExplorerPh.D. student Adrés Ruzo chased the legend of the boiling river until he found the real thing.
Black History MonthSMU is celebrating Black History Month during February with a variety of events and presentations.
Wealth of Cities ImportantMichael Cox and Richard Alm of SMU's Cox School say the wealth of cities is just as important as the wealth of nations.
New Meadows ExhibitsTwo new exhibits featuring female artists have opened at the Meadows Museum.
SMU Summer Camps 2016SMU offers a slate of summer camps for kids and teens, from art to athletics to science.
Supreme Court AppointmentJeffrey Engel of SMU's Center for Presidential History says a president cannot sidestep a constitutional responsibility.
Spanish-Speaking ExpertsSMU election experts Stephanie Martin and Evan McCormick are fluent in Spanish and available for interviews.
Recalling McGovernHistory Prof. Thomas Knock has written a new biography on 1972 presidential hopeful George McGovern.
Wash. Post: Realism 'fleeting'Foreign policy ‘realism' is 'almost certainly be fleeting,' says Tower Center Distinguished Chair Joshua Rovner.
Biggest Prize March 1
The biggest prize on Super Tuesday could be the Texas Primary.
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