Monthly Archives: January 2010

UPDATED: SMU Haiti relief project begins; needs dose of realism

The SMU Student Senate, led by Student Body President Patrick Kobler, hashed out an impressive plan at Tuesday afternoon’s emergency meeting to collect donations to aid relief efforts in earthquake-ravaged Haiti. While some details have yet to be finalized, the initial impressions are good. Continue reading

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Student Senate launches ‘SMU’s heart beats for Haiti’ campaign

By Brooks L. Powell The SMU Student Senate is meeting this afternoon in the Hughes-Trigg Forum to discuss details of its Haitian earthquake relief campaign, “SMU’s Heart Beats for Haiti.” See tomorrow’s Daily Campus for details on the proposal.

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Emergency Student Senate meeting called for Tuesday

Student Body President Patrick Kobler has called a mandatory emergency meeting of the SMU student senate for Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 19, to discuss fundraising measures he and other student leaders at SMU plan to initiate to aid victims of the devastating earthquake that struck off the coast of Haiti last week. The meeting will take place at 3:30 p.m. in the Hughes-Trigg Forum. Continue reading

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Who is the Decider?

By Meredith Shamburger At SMU, there are several people and organizations who are charged with suggesting and making the rules. The top rung of the ladder is theĀ Board of Trustees. You may have heard of these guys: they’re the ones … Continue reading

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