My family and I refuse to stay in any other hotel in Dallas than the Mansion on Turtle Creek and for a darn good reason!
At one point in time, there stood a privately owned European- inspired mansion n Turtle Creek Boulevard. Unfortunately, the home burnt down in the early 1920s. The family then went on a European vacation where they acquired inspiration and unique pieces to bring back to Dallas to rebuild their home. In 1979, the property was bought and by Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, where they built what is now today the Mansion on Turtle Creek. Continue reading
Sometimes we all just need an escape from the city. How about one that feels like a secret getaway but only takes you 10 minutes to get to?
Studying in the summer… no thank you! I’d rather be ANYWHERE but the classroom. But what if someone told you that you could get 6 credit hours in 6 weeks, while traveling through Central Italy. I might reconsider!
The SMU Pi Beta Phi alumni organization puts on holiday celebrations for the women and their children. They do trick-or-treat, visits with Santa, Valentine’s Day cookie making, you name it, they do it! These events are a fun chance for the alumni to Continue reading
My roommate’s father, Rick Smith, came from Atlanta, Georgia as a highlighted speaker at SMU’s Cox School of Business. When I was initially invited to the event, I was thinking it would probably be Mr. Smith at a podium in one of SMU’s auditoriums. To my (and his) surprise, the school was hosting an honorary luncheon in his name with over 300 attendees!
Equest is an institution, which provides therapudic sports riding classes and Hippotherapy to about 500 students each year. One of my sorority sisters had been volunteering here for years and extended the invitation to the rest of Pi Phi as an opportunity to get involved. Continue reading
DaVerse Lounge is a spoken showcase for young adults in the Dallas area. This is a place where people 21 and under can come and let loose by showing off their stand-up talents. My Intro to Creativity class at SMU was lucky enough Continue reading