Alumnus and Meadows Executive Board member D.J. Pierce ’03 (a.k.a. “Shangela”) reflects on how his time at SMU prepared him for success as a drag entertainer, from attending the Academy Awards to the White House.
Kathe retells the story of how she found her biological sister, learned about her birth mother and traveled a path of self-discovery.
Marcy Perkins Gregg ’80 overcame an unforeseen battle that caused her to lose 13 years of memories. She found unexpected beauty in hope, faith and second chances as explained in her book, Blank Canvas.
Brothers and SMU alumni Stuart Edenfield ’07 and Curtis Edenfield ’09 envisioned a life of entrepreneurship after the Hilltop. After a decade of working for others in the world of aviation, they founded private jet charter company Thrive Aviation.
Mustang-grown gift ideas and books for the holiday season.
Celebrating brave and bold Mustangs who have served our country.
Over 10 years, the Hispanic Alumni of SMU Board has raised more than $250,000 in scholarship funds that do more than help cover the cost of tuition. They empower the next generation of Mustangs to become confident world changers who pursue their dreams.
From clothing lines to Christmas cookies to new book releases, the SMU alumni holiday gift list features some of the latest Mustang-grown items to hit the market, as well as some all-time favorites.
Identifying a problem and figuring out a solution is what it means to be a world changer, and Kelly Hess ’97 did just that as the CEO and president of CompuCycle.
From learning how to run a small business in a lumberyard at the age of 4 to managing more than a billion dollars before turning 40, Lacey shares her Mustang journey and expert financial perspective.
These books will leave you with the gems you need to take yourself to the next level, whether that’s with your own business or working for someone else.
Explore what’s new, get involved and stay connected with other alumni.
Whether it’s hiking or biking, aquariums or botanical gardens, museums or art galleries there’s something for everyone on this list of things to do with your herd this summer!
The Latino Alumni Scholarship Fund supports students in their pursuit of an SMU degree. Awarded to students with financial needs, the scholarship is intended to increase retention and graduation rates of SMU Latino students.
Belle Tones is the premier all-female a cappella group on campus. These girls are from various musical backgrounds and majors, but the one thing they all love is singing together.