News at Southwestern
Sights and Sounds of SUnity Day: Sept. 13, 2022
Sept. 13, the entire SU community came together to build community during SUnity Day.
A Safe Space to Be
The Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Support Group offers a safe space for students to share and explore their gender identity.
Scholarship, Service, and Sisterhood
The Upsilon Alpha chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Incorporated®, continues the rich legacy of the nation’s first historically Black sorority.
Sights and Sounds of SUnity Day
Feb. 23, the entire SU community came together to build community during the inaugural SUnity Day.
Students and Staff Honored for Leadership
Southwestern recognizes students and staff for exemplary campus organization leadership and advising.
Walk towards Your Discomfort
Read the remarks of Phi Beta Kappa speaker Ethan Iverson ’21 to the class of 2021.
Southwestern: A Pirate’s Guiding Light Amidst Unknown Waters
Read the remarks of Phi Beta Kappa speaker Justin McCormack ’20 to the class of 2020.
The Southwestern University Bucket List
SU offers a host of educational, professional, and recreational events and activities throughout the year.
A Close-Knit Community
Faculty, staff, and STEM majors crocheted together virtually all year, culminating in an on-campus exhibit and a new student organization.
Southwestern University Earns Its Fourth Tree Campus Higher Education® Recognition
The honor is awarded by the Arbor Day Foundation.
Debunking Your Misconceptions about College
Wondering what college is really like? Get the inside scoop from an SU senior.
A Choir That Strikes Accord
Members of the Southwestern University Singers share why finding community in the stress-free and accessible choir is a highlight of their Southwestern experience.
Southwestern University Celebrates Texas Arbor Day by Planting Oak Tree
The event fulfills SU’s commitment to the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus Higher Education program.
Southwestern Students Engage in Difficult Dialogues
The student-led Project for Emerging Dialogues promotes open-mindedness through honest discussion about controversial topics.
A Place to Be
The Asian Students Association provides a safe community for Asian, Pacific Islander, and Desi American students at Southwestern.
Keep it Clean and Simple
Tips for keeping your room and apartment clean and organized during the pandemic.
Supporting Environmental Activism and Personal Growth on Campus
Members reflect on how Students for Environmental Activism and Knowledge (SEAK) inspires and educates them beyond the classroom.
Georgetown Again Seventh Fastest-Growing City in U.S.
The U.S. Census Bureau released population estimates showing that Georgetown is ranked seventh on the list of fastest-growing cities in the country with a population of more than 50,000.
It’s Just Not the Same, Part 4
Southwestern faculty reflect on how remote teaching might change how they teach in the classroom when campus life resumes this fall.
It’s Just Not the Same, Part 3
SU faculty get creative in retooling their classes while students face the many difficulties of distance learning during the pandemic.