You’ve probably heard a lot of talking heads on television going back and forth over health care recently. What’s all the hype about? Here’s your scoop.
Just when you finally got into the habit of going to class because your professors threatened to drop you if you didn’t, you now have to take an exam over material that you never actually bothered to learn!
In case you missed the Career Fair last Wednesday, do not despair. For many employers, the application process is only beginning, so you still have a shot at that summer internship. Here’s your scoop.
‘…yeah, I definitely need an internship before graduation.’ If this or something similar to it hasn’t crossed your mind yet, then you need to continue reading. Ten tips to ensure you land that dream internship.
We know you’ve had it happen. Yes, folks, we’re talking about the dreaded butt dial here. Or pocket dial. Whatever you want to call it, SMU Junior Bianca Sosa writes on some horror stories and ways to protect yourself if you already haven’t.
Bianca Sosa on the meaning of Christmas and what it takes to get “that glimpse of the true Santa.”
So now what? What can we offer? What do these people even want from us? They’re supposed to be recruiting us for jobs, not the other way around, right? Wrong. We live in a global economy and that means when we graduate we are expected to be able to connect, understand, and think globally. Businesses are continually pushing the boundaries of expansion and innovation, so they want employees who can excel in a global environment.
This year’s centennial homecoming marked a milestone like no other for SMU. With a proud hundred years under its belt, homecoming warranted full-fledged festivities and a celebration that provided something for everyone to join in on the fun. The week was kicked off with the traditional “Rock the Vote” ceremony on Halloween at the soccer [...]
As a junior at SMU, I’ve witnessed some of the policy changes on and around campus concerning alcohol: the new first alcohol violation offense became a warning, University Park became ‘wet,’ and now I think it’s time for the next step. Ever heard of a campus pub? Many other university administrations have and already endorsed, [...]
If you want to end up with a show where people look to the sky and say, ‘Thank you, God,’ you have start at a place where they say, ‘Fuck you, God.’
I suppose if you really think about it Facebook is a religion—and a highly popular one at that. It has a massive following, a founder, its origins have been debated, a movie has been made about it, and it has new followers every day. It involves rituals (checking through news feeds), seeing who is online, [...]