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The 1619 Project: The Conversation Continues on Screen

The Daily Campus News 2/7 4:54A Jordyn Harrell
"The 1619 Project" received much criticism and praise for its research about the beginning of slavery in United States. Now, it's a docu-series on Hulu. The post The 1619 Project: The Conversation Continues on Screen first appeared on SMU Daily...

The Dallas Open: The One Day the Female’s Have To Shine

The Daily Campus News 2/6 7:55A Giovanna Scroggins
Two SMU Women's Tennis players compete in the Dallas Open with hope to have their own women s tournament one day. The post The Dallas Open: The One Day the Female’s Have To Shine first appeared on SMU Daily Campus .

Thaw To Begin After Ice Storm

People Newspapers News 2/3 1:30A Rachel Snyder
The ice storm warning expired Thursday morning and the thaw will soon begin, but roads remained hazardous Friday morning and many schools will remain closed, with some having delayed starts.

H-E-B to break ground on second Tarrant County location Friday

CBS Dallas-Fort Worth 2/2 8:52A Julia Falcon
MANSFIELD, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) - Popular Texas-based grocery store H-E-B will be breaking ground on its next location in North Texas. The groundbreaking takes place in Mansfield Friday at 10:30 a.m. This will be the second H-E-B location in...

“She Said” tells an important story about trauma-informed reporting

The Daily Campus Arts & Culture 2/2 4:56A Emma Mcrae
The 2022 bio-drama depicts the detailed work of journalists and the significance of having empathy and compassion in reporting. The post “She Said” tells an important story about trauma-informed reporting first appeared on SMU Daily Campus .

Affidavit Details Allegations Against Dallas Restauranteur

People Newspapers News 2/1 11:52A Rachel Snyder
The Colorado warrant for Vandelay Hospitality CEO Hunter Pond is based on an incident in which Pond allegedly spat on a woman’s face, threatened to pull her out of a car, and yelled expletives at her, according to an affidavit and application for...

New Restaurant Coming to Former Seasons 52 Space at NorthPark

People Newspapers Business 2/1 10:20A Rachel Snyder
About a month after the closure of grill and wine bar restaurant Seasons 52 at NorthPark Center in January, a spokesperson for the shopping center confirmed they’ve identified a replacement.

Is China really going to hurt us through an app?

The Daily Campus News 2/1 9:52A Elizabeth Guevara
Banning TikTok is not going to stop any privacy breaches on social media apps The post Is China really going to hurt us through an app? first appeared on SMU Daily Campus .
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