SMU Daily Campus

The Daily Campus logoBelow are articles that I wrote for The Daily Campus, SMU’s student-run online news publication with a circulation of over 10,000. Online page views range from 80,000 to 120,000 per month.

A Q&A with Aaron D’Eramo: Outstanding senior in dance and anthropology

9 May 2019- I sat down with Aaron D’Eramo, an SMU senior studying dance and anthropology, to learn about the inspiration and work behind his culminating senior dance project.

A Jimmy John’s employee stabbed a coworker before fleeing the scene, police say

23 April 2019- According to police, a Jimmy John’s employee was stabbed in the neck by a coworker. He was treated for his wounds at the scene by University Park paramedics, and was in stable condition when he was transported to Baylor Medical Center.

Gov. Greg Abbott projected to defeat Lupe Valdez for Texas governor

6 November 2018- This story was one of several produced throughout the Daily Campus’ coverage on midterm election night in November 2018.

SMU music composition graduate student premiers new work with the Irving Symphony Orchestra

5 November 2018- Veterans and music lovers alike filled the Irving Arts Center on Saturday for an orchestral celebration of Veteran’s Day and classic cinematography, featuring an original work by SMU’s Christian Jesse.

Dallas-based actor and SMU alum unpacks identity crises in his smart solo drag show, “Critical, Darling!”
27 June 2018- Dallas-based actor and SMU alumnus Brigham Mosley performed his new original solo drag performance, “Critical, Darling!” at The Wild Detectives café.

SMU alumnae present avant-pop music and dance performance at The Wild Detectives café
8 June 2018- SMU alumnae collaborate with a New York-based avant pop band to put on a dance and music performance at The Wild Detectives bookstore and café in Dallas’ Bishop Arts District.

North Texas poets debut new work at The Wild Detectives bookstore.
7 June 2018- The Wild Detectives, a bookstore and café in Dallas’ Bishop Arts District, hosts  Fatima-Ayan Malika Hirsi and courtney marie, who prefers that her name be printed in lowercase.

Accompanist moves dance students to new artistry levels
31 June 2018- This feature story profiles Prof. Ed Smith, an accompanist for the SMU Division of Dance.

Meadows Museum event showcases Picasso and Rivera
15 October 2017- SMU’s Meadows Museum debuts works by Picasso and Rivera in their series INsights & OUTlooks, which involves people from all artistic backgrounds and caters to the seeing impaired through the use of innovative teaching aids.

Guatemalan art exhibit opens in Pollock Gallery
10 September 2017- SMU’s Polluck Gallery debuts an exhibition that features the work of 11 young Guatemalan artists who created pieces that comment on personal, political, and social acts of violence that they have experienced.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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