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Magazine


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TABLE OF

CONTENTS

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Letter From the FIR

Letter From the President

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4

What it means to be  a Crum Bum

Crum Lore

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7

Crum Map

Tradition

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9

THe Great Crumpkin

Commons cup

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11

2019-20 Initatives

Campus Map

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15

Roommates

First Year Declassified

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19

Things to do in Dallas

Food around Campus

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21

Good Eats

Move in


ATTIC |   JANUARY 2016

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opening

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Meet the RCD

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24

Meet the RAs

Meet the Council Exec Team

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27

Meet the Peer Academic Leaders

2019 Stampede Team

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29

What is a Stampede Guide

Crum Affliates

30

credits

RCD Emily with the Program of the Year award for Crumpkin 2018!

RAs Tutu and Sonia on a photo challenge around campus!


Letter from the Faculty in Residence Dear Crum Residents 2019-20 (Crum Bums!), I am Martin Camp, the Faculty in Residence at Crum. I love my job and having the opportunity to live and enjoy our beautiful Residential Commons. I have been the Faculty in Residence since the building opened in the Fall of 2014. You will most likely see my sitting out front on our patio most mornings with my coffee. Many nights I am out there too. Please feel free to stop by and “sit a spell” as they would say in Tyler, Texas, my home town. I want you to think of my apartment as a home away from home. Each Wednesday we will have an event, called Dean Camp’s Tradition, at my apartment. We will have food (I love to cook) and often a guest speaker. If there are topics you would like to hear about or a favorite food you will be missing after short time eating cafeteria food, please let me know. I will try to accommodate. My office is off the east hallway. I will post office hours or you can always set up a time to talk by emailing me at mlcamp@smu.edu. I am the Dean of Graduate and International Programs and teach at the law school. If anyone is interested in law or business I am happy to discuss careers. A wise mentor of mine once told me to never forget an old friend and never be afraid to make a new friend. Every year is precious. College will go by very quickly. I want you to have an amazing experience at Crum and develop lifelong friendships.

All the best! Life is good!

Facts about Dean Camp Everyone calls him Dean Camp Dean Camp makes a delicious shrimp scampi for the first Tradition of the year Dean Camp knows essentially everyone song ever written Dean Camp knows people from all over the world and frequently travels abroad Sometimes, his little dog Madonna visits!

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Martin L. Camp


Letter from the President Dear fellow Crum Bums, Hi y’all! I’m so grateful that I get to be the one to welcome you to Crum this year. You finally made it! I know the road here wasn’t easy and consisted of very long nights filled with studying. I’m sure you will have your fair share of those nights again but you’ll also have some many amazing days and nights in between. Starting your first year of college can be scary. Especially if you were anything like me shy and the only one from your high school going here, but look where I ended up. Luckily, you got put into the best commons (as unbiased as I can be) to make you feel at home. Crum is way more than just place to lay your head down at night. It’s a community of people that are all rooting for you. Some of your best friends will be made in this building. Even some of your favorite memories will be made in this building. While it’s almost a guarantee that you’ll have a great time living in Crum, there is one more thing to make it even better. Being involved! Commons council is the best way to make sure that your time in Crum is valued. It’s a group of student leaders that plan and produces programs for the CRUMmunity (cheesy, I know). You can also join one of our many intramural teams and help us get the victory in Commons Cup, because it’s about time for the cup to come back to where it belongs. Crum is a place where you can’t turn the corner without seeing a smiling face. It’s a place where you can always feel welcomed and included. I’ll strive to make Crum not only a home for me but also a home for you. My door is always open if you want to chat or if you have a concern, so don’t be afraid to just know. I’m so excited to meet y’all in the Fall.

Welcrum Home,

Scotlin Francis

Fun Facts about Scotlin She knows every line in the movie Angus, Thongs, and Perfect Snogging. Her favorite meal is tacos and rice. She's allergic to all things with fur (but plays with them anyways).

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What it means to be a Crum Bum Lauren Horton This is it. You’re standing at the door. Through the double glass doors, you see the big wooden crest bearing the word “Crum.” Your parents are by your side, bags in hand. The first thing you see is a living room. This isn’t like the other commons; this furniture is arranged in a welcoming atmosphere, and look, people are already there! They greet you readily; you’ve just made some new friends! This is Crum: warm and welcoming, it’s as much a home as the place your parents live. These are Crum Bums: your family! Crum

Bums

are

a

tight

knit

group.

Alums

come

back

all

the

time

for

Dean

Camp’s

Tradition and Crumpkin, but most importantly, they come back for their Crum family. How

can

you

meet

and

build

your

Crum

family?

Involvement

is

the

best

way

to

get

active and make new friends!

There are several ways to get involved. Commons Council plans the events for Crum, helping to maintain Crum and crummunity. Some of the few things Council does is plan and run Crumpkin, brainstorm new ideas for building crummunity, and organize teams for Commons Cup and Intramurals. Then in the spring you can apply for RA. Residential Assistants live in your commons, 2 per floor (except on first and fifth) and are your goto’s

for

help

exclusive!

from

You

can

noisy also

neighbors be

a

Peer

to

broken

Leader

or

bedposts. a

It’s

Wellness

fulfilling

Champion

to

work

and

not

advocate

for

health and success in your commons.Or, you don’t have to join any one group to be active!

Just

let

any

RA

or

Council

member

know

and

they

will

plug

you

in!

Even

if

you’re not in any group in the commons, there are still so many ways to interact with your fellow Crum Bums, like watch parties and game nights and Dean Camp’s Tradition. Crum Bums are all about crummunity. You may find other ways to be involved, but you’ll never

find

anything

else

like

our

crummunity.

Determine

here, there are dragons and these dragons are family.

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for

yourself;

but

know

that


Crum Lore Justin Scott

In the Southeast Quad of a red and blue college; in a red, white, and blue state; in a red, white and blue country; on a blue and green planet orbiting a yellow sun, there is a blue and gold commons. Crum Commons was established in 2014 with the formation of SMU’s Residential Commons System.

What began as a

building named in honor of the generosity of Gary and Sylvie Crum has swiftly grown into a community for living, learning, and writing magazines for incoming Crum Bums.

The Dragon Hoarding the gold that represents our secondary color is the Crum Dragon.

The

mythical beast represents our vision, ferocity in competition, and our territorial nature towards our lesser quad-mate (Armstrong). We chose our mythical patron from Dean Camp’s children’s book “Why Alligators Don’t Have Wings,” which we proudly

display

along

the

hall

to

his

apartment.

Plus

dragons

are

freaking

awesome.

The Crest

.

Crum’s

crest

is

composed

of

4

parts.

The

Nautical

Wheel

represents

the

integrity needed to navigate life in college and beyond. Boat wheels also makes us think of the blue oceans our primary color matches. The Candle shines on the purpose

we

seek

in

our

time

here

and

fits

our

motto.

The

Quill

is

meant

to

remind us of the wisdom of our Faculty in Residence. The Pillar with a star is the

product

of

discipline

applied

towards

reaching

success.

Not

to

brag

(it’s

totally to brag), but this place is pretty successful.

The Motto “Reverence for light and truth.”

Besides sounding more official than “Crum’s

the best. Sorry to the rest,” our Commons Motto was chosen because of its ties to Professor Olin D. Wanamaker’s “The Southern Methodist University Ode.”

It

is a call to values we ought to seek in a university education and a reminder to what we strive for in our community.

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A Map

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of Crum Drawn by Sophia Salinas

What's Inside 5 Floors 3 Stairwells 1 Elevator Kitchenette 3 Study lounges Recording Studio Game Room

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Tradition

So, you’re tired of eating at Arnold, huh? Don’t get me wrong, the food isn’t bad, but you’re

To the tune of "Tradition" from Fiddler on the Roof

just

dying

for

some

good

home

cooking. And on top of that, Chick-fil-A and the other food places on campus are a trek and a half away. Now you’re left with the question, what do you eat? Well, you’re in just the right commons.

Every

Wednesday

prepares

food

night,

for

Dean

everyone

in

Camp

the

lovingly

commons

and

serves every plate with a smile. From pies to corned beef and cabbage, Dean Camp does it all. Not only is there amazing food, it’s on opportunity to get to know your fellow Crum Bums and the faculty here at SMU. Each week, there is a featured guest who will speak about their job and will answer any questions that anyone may have before and after. It’s great for networking and finding out what’s going on around campus,

even

if

it

doesn’t

have

to

do

with

your

intended studies. Aside from the Wednesday night traditions, the wonderful RA’s and Crum Council members will make

pancakes

in

the

lobby

every

Sunday

night, and everyone is welcome to a plate or two! And if you ask for chocolate chips, they will more than gladly add some in for you. Just be sure to ask nicely. There might even be a movie or a show playing on the tv in the living room,

so

feel

free

to

hangout

crew and have a great time!

These

weekly

events

add

to

the

already

homey feeling that everyone feels as soon as they walk in, and you just know, that Crum

really

count

on

hospitality of

the

in

is

home.

You

can

always

that

wonderful

southern

the

southernmost

commons

southeast

quad,

because

here

in

this commons, we don’t let our residents go hungry.

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with

the

lobby


The Great Crumpkin

Christmas has Santa Claus. Easter has the Easter bunny. Halloween, well, it’s a bit trickier. Werewolves, witches, ghosts, and ghouls! Out of all the creatures, which

do

we

choose?

Here

at

SMU,

The

Great

Crumpkin

prevails!

What

is

The

Great Crumpkin? Why, The Great Crumpkin is the biggest event of the year! There are

festivities

for

anyone

and

all!

Corn

hole

and

candy

corn!

Ring

toss

and

raffles! Come for the food! Come for the laughs! Many students come for the arts and crafts! The Great Crumpkin is a night to celebrate with good friends and make even more. The night is filled with lights and music. Stop by the main stage to watch

one

of

killer

bands!

the

numerous

Laugh,

cry,

live

and

performances

gasp

at

the

ranging

short

from

movies

square

played

dancing

at

the

to

Great

Crumpkin Film Festival! Last but not least, don’t forget to pickup your exclusive Great Crumpkin t-shirt. The design changes every year, and you won’t want to miss

out!

apparel

Throughout

from

previous

the

year,

years.

can

So,

you

come

find on

students down

to

wearing The

Great

Great

Crumpkin

Crumpkin

this

October. All you have to do is walk out of your door and it’s right there in front of you!

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For Crum We Fight! Commons Cup

There is one way to unequivocally show your spirit for Crum Commons. That is to

participate

held

between

in

Commons

all

of

the

Cup!

Commons

commons

on

Cup

campus.

is

the

Think,

Goblet of Fire sans the sad ending (I won't spoil).

yearlong Harry

competition

Potter

and

the

The commons at the end of

the year with the most points wins Commons Cup and gets to house the trophy in their commons throughout the next year. Now, there are many ways to win Commons Cup points.

Into Sports?

Beach Volleyball Volleyball

The best and most frequent way to win

points

intramural there

is

is

to

sports. a

participate Here

plethora

at of

Soccer

in

SMU,

Football

sports

Basketball

played throughout the year in the

Not the sporty type?

Commons Intramural League.

Just

because

you're

not

into

sports

RC Olympics

doesn't mean you have to miss out on

The Great Crumpkin

the fun. There are so many other ways

Homecoming Quiz Bowl

to

help

out.

participates festivities

Each

in

(and

the we

place

year

Crum

Homecoming and

win

a

prize every time).

Crum Commons was the first to take the trophy home in 2014, and we have yet to get it back. But this year...

We're bringing home the cup 9


2019-2020 initiativesÂ

bY the Crum President

Academics Host more class and study oriented events

Spirit and Community Focus on developing even more Crum spirit and pride

Cleanliness and Sustainability Encourage clean and eco-friendly living habits

Health Promotion Create an environment for positive healthy habits

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...And They W Hi Heidy, there's a incoming CrumBum who wants to know what it's like living with a roommate. It's kind of like living with a sibling right? Hey Lauren! Yeah, it is! We laugh at each other's jokes and like the same things. We have also learned how to compromise when we don't agree on things. It's pretty nice really. What are your thoughts about sharing things? Well, we share the fridge since we're only allowed to have one in the room so that's easy. Also, even though somethings are "public use" we still ask for permission to use it just to remain respectful.

Of course! It was a little awkward at first living with someone new. Because our personalities are so different. But we've gotten closer with time and it's not awkward at all anymore. It also helped that we set rules from the beginning so we could know when we were overstepping. We also communicated when things were bothering us. Communication is definitely key!

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Heidy Cortez & Lauren Horton


ere Roommates Oh yeah, definitely! It's great having a roommate you can laugh, cry, rant, and hang out with but if that's not the case that's totally fine. It's not the end of the world. I would say to just get involved in on campus. Of course! There are so many organizations on campus so you're bound to find one that you like. But definitely talk to each other. Just remember to try to work it out. You can't solve anything if you don't talk. If that doesn't work, don't worry. You can talk to your RA or Emily and they can help you guys come to an agreement. Living with a roommate is all about the art of compromise. Learn to do it and everything will be great.

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First-Year Abena

Tip #1

Don’t let the freedom get to your head. You will hear this constantly, but college is the time where you get to be on your own and really solidify the fact that you are indeed a young adult. No one is going to follow you around and make sure you go to your scheduled classes or go to bed at a reasonable hour, And for many, this is where the slip-ups arise. Learn to prioritize your time and focus on the end goal in mind, which is to graduate and go onto the next stepping stone that you have set up for yourself. They say college is the best time of your life, but no one wants to be here longer than they have to. So do yourself a favor and exercise your freedoms in a healthy manner.

Tip #2

All first years to do is really burst your personal bubble and dip your foot into something new. College is all about exploring and expanding your skills and knowledge. If you only stick to things that you know and are comfortable with, you will never find yourself in the ideal environment to grow as an individual. You should not be coming out of colloge as the same individual you were in high school. These four years are set aside for you to mess up, grow, learn, and connect with others from all backgrounds. 15


Declassified Marfo

Tip #3 Connect with your professors. Professors are the gateway to knowledge, opportunities, and so much more. Don’t be another fly on the wall in your classes, take the time to introduce yourself to your professors and interact with them during their office hours. I promise they don’t bite, just think of them as your own personal compass that you will need on this windy trail know as college.

Tip #4

Get plugged in on campus. It can be anything from a gamer club or Program Council. SMU has over 100 clubs and organizations that are bound to spark a interest. Having something you enjoy doing outside of the classroom is a key element in improving your college experience. No matter how much chilling in your dorm room and bingewatching TV series sounds appealing, spending time around people who enjoy the same things as you is such a healthy alternative.

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Things to Do

Dallas Arboretum

Dallas Summer Musicals

Smell the roses

Sing along to a

(and other

musical at DSM in

flowers) at this

Fair Park.

beautiful garden of the lake.

Enjoy the free art exhibits or check out a special one at a discounted price.

Klyde Warren Park

Meyerson Center

Make a day of it and

Watch the Dallas

grab lunch from the food trucks after the museum.

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Dallas Museum of Art

Symphony Orchestra .


In Dallas to escape cabin fever The Sixth Floor Museum

Dallas Farmers Market

Perot Museum

Experience a part of presidential history at Dealy Plaza.

Open year round with indoor and outdoor vendors. Great way to get local goods!

Brush up on your fun facts at this science museum.

Free Tickets to the Symphony

Free Dart Pass

All students will receive DSO cards for free admission to concerts.

All students receive DART Passes for easy transportation.

U M S Student Perks

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Food Around Campus Scotlin Francis Eating in the dining halls can get redundant. Arnold one day and Umph the next. And

lets

be

real,

while

Mac's

Place

and

The

Market

can

help

switch

it

up

sometimes, it's just not enough. However, lucky for us our campus is in the middle of the city. We are surrounded by just about anything you could be in the mood for.

Hillcrest Ave

Snider Plaza

Mockingbird Station

Edith's French Cafe Trinity Hall Irish Pub & Restaurant POKE O Front Room Tavern Digg's Taco Shop Bubbas Sushi Kyoto Chick Fil A Pizza Hut Jimmy Johns Baldo's Ice Cream Chop Shop Burger House Below 40 Poke House I Heart Yogurt

Mockingbird

Dallas Grilled Cheese Co. Amore

Twin Peaks

Penne Pomodoro

AGU Ramen

Bandito's Cantina

Urban Taco

Food From Gailee

Old Chicago Pizza Taproom

Half Shells Oyster Bar & Grill

Buda Juice

Cisco Grill

Starbucks

Kuby's Sausage House

Rush Bowls

Zoes Kitchen Peggy Sue BBQ Short Stop Food to Go

SMU Blvd

East Hampton Sandwich Co. Unleavened Fresh Kitchen Dive Coastal Cuisine Nektar Juice Bar Yummilicous

Cafe 43

La Madeline's Roly Poly Sandwiches Starbucks Pokey O's Ice Cream Goff's Hamburgers

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All within Walking

distance

Twisted Root Burger Co Sushifork of Dallas Torchy's Tacos Sumo Shack Bangkok at Greenville


Good Eats What to eat when you don't eat meat Heidy Cortez It’s Texas. There’s meat everywhere. And guess what... there’s a lot of pork... and your religion doesn’t allow you to eat it. So, what do you do when you’re trying to keep kosher or halal on campus? Keeping religious dietary practices is all fine and dandy when you’re living at home and you know where to go to get some good kosher or halal meals, but what about when you go to college? It’s hard even when you stay in

your

own

city

because

the

dining

halls

serve

whatever

they

want

and

have

no

qualms about it. So, what do you do? Where do you go? What can you eat? Here are a few tips for kosher/halal eating on campus. First, avoid the meat at all costs. It’s better to be safe than sorry, so in my humble opinion, it’s best to stick to vegetarian eating. However, if you’re looking to get some type of protein, I would recommend eating fish, because it is a very neutral meat. Both Arnold and Umphrey Lee, which is so lovingly called Umph or Lee by the students, both have healthy food stations that have a good selection of vegetarian foods every day.

Umphrey Lee dining hall also serves veggie burgers. Both dining halls have salad bars to build your own salads as well. Other options include cheese pizza, fries, and pasta,

if

you’re

feeling

a

little

more

on

the

junk

food

side.

Arnold

also

has

a

wonderful Tex-Mex area where you can ask for no meat to be placed in your food, which is great, especially if you don’t eat meat with cheese. Fellow student Eman Haque states, “I eat lots of fish, order out, and bring food from home like grilled chicken to add to salads and such, but I know that’s not convenient for everyone." Arnold

also

has

a

wonderful

Tex-Mex

area

where

you

can

ask

for

no

meat

to

be

placed in your food, which is great, especially if you don’t eat meat with cheese. Fellow student Eman Haque states, “I eat lots of fish, order out, and bring food from home like grilled chicken to add to salads and such, but I know that’s not convenient for everyone.”

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Time to Move In August 22 Scotlin Francis

It's time! You get to After you park your car,

unpack and get settled.

head to the Crum

You'll need to inspect you

Classroom. Be sure to

room for any damages

have a photo ID with you!

before you unpack -

You'll be officially

that's super important!

checked in to your SMU

Make sure to check how

Home and receive you

to hang your items on the

SMU ID and other

walls so you don't rip any

important things.

paint off (pro-tip: no command strips).

Step 1

ID & Room Check-In

sroom. Check-ins in the clas

Step 3 Unpack!

Step 2 Bin Pick Up As you are picking up your ID, your family will likely be getting you a

r Student Movers all fo you!

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pin. Wonderful volunteers will help you load your items from your car and help you get them to your new room in Crum.

lots of heavy lifting!


Opening Week August 22 - August 25 Scotlin Francis

Day one! Move-in day. You'll be busy moving your items in and getting settled. Make sure you check out the Mom's and Dad's Club cookout. Around 9:30pm, be back in Crum to crush

Round up Group

You'll get to know everything about

Armstrong in the

Stampede

legendary water balloon

during your AARO

fight.

session.

CONVOCATION

August 24

August 22

Stampede

Welcome Home

August 23

August 25

Stampede

Convocation

You'll get to know

This when you'll finally

everything about

get to commiserate your

Stampede during your

beginning here at SMU.

AARO session.

As a commons you will pass through the front of Dallas Hall into the Rotunda and around the seal.

Water balloon Fight! ROTUNDA PASSAGE 22


Residential Community Director WelCRUM Kilburg

to

Crum

and

I

Commons!

am

the

My

name

Residential

is

Emily

Community

Director (RCD). As the RCD, it's my job to make sure Crum is up and running and to support you throughout your time at SMU and beyond. I

am

originally

Illinois.

I

Sociology and

from

received from

my

the

masters

a my

small

bachelors

University in

river

of

town

in

degree

in

Northern

Higher

Iowa

Education

Administration from Louisiana State University.

I have a husband, Kyle, and we have a little dog named

Violet.

You'll

often

see

the

three

of

us

walking around campus in the evenings. Violet is super

friendly

and

has

no

sense

of

personal

space so be ready for all the kisses! In our free time,

we

like

to

try

adventurous

eating

and

traveling. I'm

so

excited

CRUMmunity!

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for

you

to

beCRUM

part

of

the


First Floor RA

Second Floor RA

Second Floor RA

Riley Magnone

Marcelo Sanabria

Tutu Adedun

Sophomore

Senior

Senior Tutu missed picture day!

Third Floor RA

Third Floor RA

Fourth Floor RA

Daniel Heard

Sonia Saeed

Ahadou Derib-Adugna

Junior

Sophomore

Senior

Fourth Floor RA

Fifth Floor RA

Valeria Liu

Avery Wacker

Junior

Senior

Resident Assistants

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President

Vice President

External Affairs

Scotlin Francis

Lauren Horton

We are currently

Junior

Sophomore

searching for someone to fill this!

Internal Affairs

Communications

Treasurer

KeAndre Clay

Sam Walsh

Riley Timmerman

Sophomore

Sophomore

Sophomore

Want to beCRUM part of Council?

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Alumni Relations

Alumni Advsior

Rani Rogan

Mahesh Ramgopal

Sophomore

Junior

Sign up during Night at the Crum

Common Council Executive Team


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Peer Academic

Peer Academic

Leader (PAL)

Leader (PAL)

Abena Marfo

Katalina Pieger

Sophomore

Sophomore

Peer Academic Leader (PAL) Honors Mentor Nicole Parmalee Sophomore

Wellness Champion

Wellness Champion

Kush Jain

Katie O'Malley

Senior

Junior

Peer Leaders Peer leaders are students who are educated to help you in specific areas. Our Peer Academic Leaders (PALs) can help you with all things academic from

study

skills

to

how

to

register

for

classes.

Our

honors

mentor

specifically connects our honors students to the SMU Honors Program and each others. Our Wellness Champions focus on health and wellness.

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Dan Lafferty

Heidy Cortez

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Brinn Bailey

Macy Debnam

Hallie Wilson

Jessica Taylor

Julia Bugos

Lauren Bapst

Maggie Duggan

Ira Bhat

Olivia Mason

Piper Kopser

S T A M P E D E G U I D E S


What is a

Stampede Guide

B u s

Scotlin Francis

Surely, little

by

red

and

represent

have

in

the

pages.

The

the

in

fellow

you

ponies

pictures make

now

first

Crum.

noticed corners red

friends

Stampede

students

who

the of

ponies

you

will

Guides

live

or

are

lived

in

Crum and are now excited to welcome the new class of Crum Bums. These are the people who are going to help

you

with

your

first

few

days

on

campus.

Discover Dallas Trip

A

Stampede

will

not

move

Guide

is

only

be

and

become

in

the

the one

person

who

to

you

help

acquainted

with

Crum, but someone who will also help facilitate

open

conversations

with

all

students and create exciting and longlasting memories for your first-year at SMU.

Stampede Guides '18 Discover Dallas

They

will

and

tips

survive

give

all

the

inside

necessary your

first

to year

scoop

help here

you at

Southern Methodist University. Stampede Guides are the best people to

ask

if

you

have

any

questions

during your first few days here. Their job is to make sure that you're feeling included and having fun.

Candlelight

There's

always

a

friendly

face

right

around the corner!

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Crum Af liates Staff Crum Bums Erica Zamora

Director of the Office of Social Change and Intercultural Engagement

Audryanna reed

Residence Life and Student Housing Administrative Coordinator

Dawn Norris

Executive Director of Student Involvement

Albert mITUGO

Outdoor Adventures Senior Coordinator Department of Recreational Sports

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managing Editor

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Caroline Brunner

Layout and Design Scotlin Francis Sophia Salinas Ellie Pace

Supervisor Emily Kilburg

Writers Riley Magnone Heidy Cortez Lauren Horton Abena Marfo Scotlin Francis

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2019 Crum Magazine  

Everything you need to know about Crum Commons!

2019 Crum Magazine  

Everything you need to know about Crum Commons!

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