SMU Beats TCU 42-34 In 100th Meeting Of The Dallas-Area RivalsAfter last year’s Iron Skillet game was called off because of COVID-19 issues in TCU’s program, the Mustangs earned consecutive victories over the Horned Frogs for the first time since 1992-93.
Mordecai's 7 TDs Launch SMU Past Abilene Christian 56-9SMU went on to beat Abilene Christian 56-9 in a season opener.
Toyelle Wilson Is Reshaping SMU Women's BasketballToyelle Wilson is a powerful example for others. She’s the first black female head coach of any sport in the history of SMU.
SMU Amateur Golfer Ollie Osbourne Hoping To Establish Name At The MastersIn Ollie Osbourne's words, “It's really exciting that I get this opportunity. I never thought in my college years, I'd be playing in the Masters."
Travis Mays Out As SMU Women's Head Basketball Coach After 5 Seasons“The on-court record of our teams did not reach the level of success we hoped for our program,” Athletic Director Rick Hart said.
'The Image Is What Matters': SMU Presidential Historian Says Better For Nation If Trump Attends Biden InaugurationHistorians and political experts are reacting to an announcement by President Trump that breaks a long-standing tradition.
Law Professor: Ken Paxton's Texas Election Lawsuit Against 4 States 'Very Unrealistic'That lawsuit asks the Supreme Court to order state legislatures in Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia and Pennsylvania to displace "tainted" election results in those States and choose their own slate of electors.
SMU Constitutional Law Professor Says Supreme Court Unlikely To Act In President Trump's Election DisputesPresident Donald Trump and his campaign have filed election lawsuits in a number of states to challenge the results.
Namesake For SMU's Edwin L. Cox School Of Business Passes Away At 99Edwin L. Cox, Sr., a renowned Dallas business leader, entrepreneur, public servant, educational pioneer and longtime SMU supporter and trustee emeritus died Thursday, Nov. 5 at the age of 99.
$25,000 Reward Being Offered For Finding Suspect In Murder Of SMU Student Jaden UrreaA $25,000 reward is now being offered by Crime Stoppers as police continue to search for a suspect in the murder of SMU student Robert "Jaden" Urrea in Dallas on Halloween.
SMU Reminds Students About 'Responding Respectfully To The Election'It's a topic the university felt was important as stress weighs on the school’s many first-time voters