Growing up as the child of a Dallas ISD teacher, U.S. Rep Colin Allred learned from a young age the importance of education and putting in the workRead more
It’s hard business luring people away from online shopping and into an actual brick and mortar store – especially with their children in tow.
Camp, a toy store that opened in New York City’s Flatiron District last December, is disrupting the retail industry with its out-of-the-box retail experience. This October, Dallasites will have a chance to step into the immersive experience.
“If you’re not going for the experience and can buy online then why (go shopping),”- Nikki KaufmanRead more
Highland Park’s Ann McKeever Stautz knew she was onto something on the first day of the 2016-17 school year.Read more
Researchers from SMU and elsewhere are using video game technology to tackle the problem of cervical cancer in sub-Saharan Africa.Read more
Admission directors and those who manage school enrollment love to hear visiting families express an immediate feeling of belonging.Read more
After starting her career in the Katy Independent School District, Ohlenburg came to Highland Park ISD in 2007 as a kindergarten and first-grade teacher at Armstrong Elementary.Read more
Inspired by Ursuline to be a change-maker instead of someone who accepts what’s been dealt to her, Jacqueline created UT’s Association of Black Computer Scientists to offer students mentorship and support.Read more
With the help of Chrystyna Kouros, SMU associate professor of psychology, and her own research, here are Hurley’s five research-based tips for making and keeping friends in collegeRead more
The interactive STEAM cart is packed with MagnaTiles, TinkerToys, Keva Planks, Zoobs, and Squigz to aid in childhood education and development.Read more
The new residential wing of Dallas’ Fannie C. Harris Youth Center is about to receive a total makeover, courtesy of some local students.Read more
Highland Park High School celebrated on May 31 the graduation of its 2019 senior class at SMU’s Moody Coliseum. Graduates crossed the stage and received their diplomas clad in traditional Highland Park blue and gold.Read more