Meet The BFFs That Fed 50,000

It felt like someone unplugged our lives,” recalled a hotel server whose husband was serving as a chef de partie for a well-known Dallas restaurant when the pandemic hit.

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SMU Looks to Future With $1.5B Campaign

To re-imagine the role of education and SMU itself in an era of rapid change, the university has launched a $1.5 billion fundraising campaign focused on opportunities created through scholarships, meaningful research and teaching, and its North Texas community.
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Kevin Lee’s Forbidden Phrases: ‘I can’t’ and ‘I don’t know’

Kevin Lee’s journey has taken him from homelessness after a snowstorm while a teenager in Pittsburgh to studying at SMU’s Dedman School of Law.
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Park Cities Coaching Finds Niche With Aspiring Athletes

As much as Carter Clements enjoyed competing in soccer, tennis, or track as a teenager in Virginia, he had the heart of a coach.
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WhatsApp? Technology Keeps Ministry Going

As the coronavirus pandemic spread globally and businesses began shifting to remote work or shutting down, whether temporarily or permanently, Orphan Outreach Marketplace took a different approach.
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Cattle Baron’s Ball Co-Chairs ‘Doubling Down’ Against Cancer

After the pandemic scuttled the in-person gala and scooted fundraising online last year, Cattle Baron’s Ball organizers are gearing up for a return to Gilley’s this fall.
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Dallas Zoo Supporters Party With Flamingos at Dallas Galleria

Supporters of the Dallas Zoo gathered at POP! by Snowday inside the Galleria Dallas, where the zoo leaders revealed details for this year’s exciting fundraiser: Return To The Wild: Zoo To Do 2021 on Nov. 6.

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