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September 17, 2021

SMU Launches Campaign to Impact Texas and Beyond

On September 17, 2021, SMU launched a historic campaign to impact Texas and beyond, seizing opportunities to change countless lives. SMU exists to shape future leaders who transform communities and organizations through ingenuity and thoughtful problem-solving. Building on our significant history of excellence, SMU Ignited: Boldly Shaping Tomorrow is a multiyear,

Politics & Policy |
May 15, 2009

First Kill All the Law Schools

I would have voted against a law school for Dallas. Why build a new law school when a law school already exists at SMU? There are two alternatives to building a new law school in Dallas. (1) Arrange for the state to pay the operating costs for the SMU law

Politics & Policy |
February 1, 2007

Ravi Batra

In The New Golden Age: The Coming Revolution Against Political Corruption and Economic Chaos, the best-selling author and Southern Methodist University professor of economics expounds on corruption and the keys to global prosperity.Your new book identifies a laundry list of global economic problems. Can you single out the most worrisome?

Sports |
September 30, 1998

Kristen Link and Lindsay Long

When twenty-year-old Kristen Link, a junior at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, asked eighteen-year-old freshman Lindsay Long to be her synchronized diving partner in the spring of 1997, Long wasn’t sure she wanted to take the plunge. “It’s scary enough to dive by yourself, and in synchronized diving you have

Sports |
May 31, 1996

Cheril Santini

MAKING A SPLASH—so to speak—is what Cheril Santini does best. As a member of Southern Methodist University’s diving team in the early nineties, the Dallas native made All-American ten times, was a finalist for NCAA woman of the year, and was named one of the nation’s top ten college women