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Philadelphia 76ers draft Shake Milton

The Daily Campus (Student Newspaper) 6/21 5:53P Phil Mayer
Shake Milton became the third SMU Mustang to be selected in the last two years of the NBA Draft.

Second Amendment alive and well in Dallas at Market Hall Gun Show

The Daily Campus (Student Newspaper) 6/20 9:48A Madeline Church
The Dallas summer heat did not deter the 3,500 people who attended the Market Hall Gun Show this past weekend. Generally they are really good, this one is a slow one because of the summer vacation. Usually you can t get through because there are...

Night Riots takes on Dallas during its first headline tour

The Daily Campus (Student Newspaper) 6/15 3:33P Yanira Blackburn
An alt-indie rock band came through Dallas on Tuesday night on its first-ever headline tour, after building a big enough fan base from opening for several other bands since its founding in 2010. Night Riots performed at the House of Blues...

North Texas poets debut new work at The Wild Detectives bookstore.

The Daily Campus (Student Newspaper) 6/7 8:46A Sara Magalio
The atmosphere was buzzing at The Wild Detectives bookstore in the Bishop Arts District this Thursday evening as the anticipation mounted for the next installment of their poetry reading series inner moonlight. Groups of people milled about the...

Twisted Root Burger Co. offers tasty options

The Daily Campus (Student Newspaper) 5/29 9:00A Daily Campus Staff
Think of the contrast between eating out and eating at home. Eating in the comforts of home provides a sense of security and contentment. Dallas Twisted Root Burger Co. takes this into account.

Accompanist moves dance students to new artistry levels

The Daily Campus (Student Newspaper) 5/29 8:00A Sara Magalio
Ed Smith has been providing live music as an accompanist for dance majors for approximately 30 years. He is a constant source of inspiration for students who have the privilege of moving to his music.

Flea Style’s Brittany Cobb: SMU to CEO

The Daily Campus (Student Newspaper) 5/29 7:49A Lauren Hawkins
Cobb is the founder and CEO of Flea Style, an online store that sells vintage and handmade items and has its corporate headquarters in Dallas. Flea Style plans to open its first brick and mortar store a 5,000-square-foot space this June.

Calling all SMU students, we’re looking for editors.

The Daily Campus (Student Newspaper) 5/25 4:59A Sara Magalio
We are pleased to announce that applications for positions on the SMU Daily Campus staff are now open. Students currently enrolled at SMU from all majors are encouraged to apply. Please click the link here to access the application. Please read...

Looking ahead, a letter from the fall 2018 Daily Campus editor-in-chief

The Daily Campus (Student Newspaper) 5/23 5:00A Sara Magalio
To the SMU Daily Campus Community, My name is Sara Magalio, and I am thrilled to announce that I will be taking over as editor-in-chief for The Daily Campus online publication, beginning this summer and through the upcoming fall 2018 semester....
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