For class on Tuesday, Aug. 30: After reading the assigned portions of Briggs in Ch. 2, post a 100-to-150-word comment on this post answering this question: How did the reading change the way you think about how you use (or don’t use) Twitter as a professional journalistic tool? Be honest and specific. This is worth 5 class participation points and is due no later than 11:59 p.m. Monday, Aug. 29.
Welcome back to SMU, and welcome to Digital Journalism! I look forward to navigating the digital jungle (as Meadows recently put it) with you this semester.
Peticolas Brewing Company is a humble craft brewery with simple ambition, making a major name for itself in DFW.
On SMU’s Multicultural Greek Council, SMU fraternity and sorority members create a small community of their own with their own traditions.
Southern Gentlemen is SMU’s oldest male A Cappella group. After four years in the making, the SoGents newest album is on the brink of its release.
The Belle Tones host the 2016 Spring Concert, an extra special last performance for the five seniors in the group.
Take a look behind the scenes at the SMU film summer program’s pre-production process as the work toward creating the feature-length film, Elsewhere, TX. The film is both written and directed by McHenry Taylor, a senior film student.
Behind Every Door is a Christian nonprofit seeking to transform lives in underserved neighborhoods. It holds a literacy and enrichment after school program at the Village Oaks Apartments in Dallas, TX.
The SMU Club Tennis team is a welcoming organization where players of all skill levels can play. The family like team is co-ed and practices every Tuesday and Thursday on the new courts behind the Residential Commons.
SMU’s Sing Song competition just completed its 28th consecutive year on campus. Five groups competed by putting on mini musicals based on this year’s theme: twisted fairytales.