Former President George W. Bush defended religious liberty and even cracked jokes during a commencement address at S.M.U. Saturday. Mr. Bush encouraged students to be hopeful as they move on from their college years.
Katie Ballard went to the doctor after having some problems. Two days later she was in surgery.
For more than an hour this morning, the library honoring George W. Bush in Dallas was shut down and evacuated due to a bomb threat.
Scientists from SMU and the U.S. Geological Survey have linked a swarm of small earthquakes west of Fort Worth to nearby natural gas wells and wastewater injection.
A proposed bill in the Texas legislature would limit cities’ powers to determine where or even if drilling for oil and gas should be allowed.
Dallas County District Attorney Susan Hawk did not directly address lingering controversy over her stay in drug rehab and recent office shake up during a public appearance.
While there is outrage and shock nationwide over a religious freedom act in Indiana, several stated already have similar laws in the book, including Texas.
A motorcyclist crashed near SMU early Friday morning after leading police on a chase that began with a routine traffic stop in Garland.
SMU’s locker room was eerily quiet, with team managers folding jerseys and clothes in the middle as players sat at their stalls trying to digest the ending of a heartbreaking 60-59 loss to UCLA.
While the Mustangs are back in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1993, Brown returns to the Big Dance for the first time since leading Kansas to a national title 27 years ago.
Former President George W. Bush visited SMU on Monday, congratulating the Mustangs on their first NCAA Tournament berth since 1993.
This is a very memorable week for seniors, both players and fans, at Southern Methodist University.