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D Magazine January 1998

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CRITIQUE A Sense of Place

With a sweeping new campus design, SMU intends to change its physical relationship with the city and improve its setting for students. Will it work?
By LAWRENCE W. SPECK
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Dining Out TRANSLATING TASTES

For a pair of Vietnamese restaurateurs, the challenge isn’t how to serve authentic food, but how to serve authentic food that sells.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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HISTORY Dallas Hall and the Hilltop

A small university was one man’s dream come true.
By Tom Peeler
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HOME & DESIGN Livable Luxury

An elegant mix of European finery and warm comforts, this home achieves the best of both worlds.
By KAREN MUNCY
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HOME & DESIGN Shaping Up At Home

Need a little inspiration to stick with a fitness program? Maybe you need to work out where you live.
By Dawn McMullan
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INTRODUCTION The SMU Moment

The marketplace of ideas is now the only marketplace that matters.
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Meeting Planner

As the second-busiest convention host m the country, Dallas/Fort Worth bosts numerous groups and companies each year. However, we shouldn’t forget that the region’s excellent facilities are also a perfect match for local meetings. The follomrig is a select guide to meeting and convention facilities that will be the pefect fit for your company, whether you’re planning a weekend retreat or a national convention.
By D Magazine
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New Year-New You

Health, Beauty & Fitness for 1998
By Vinton Murray
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Out About Town

SHOPPING, ATTRACTIONS, ARTS
By D Magazine
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PEOPLE The Chef’s Club

For the city’s best chefs, the late-night scene at Primo’s is more than a stop on the way home-it is home.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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PEOPLE WHAT’S NEXT FOR JOHN TOLLESON?

The credit card millionaire kicks back.
By MICHAEL ORREN
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SCENES FROM A PRACTICE Homeless Ben

Delirious, blistered, and unable to speak clearly, Ben fit everyone’s assumptions about society’s derelicts. Everyone was wrong.
By JOHN BURNSIDE
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SOCIETY Going to the Chapel

For generations, one SMU building has connected the city to the campus like no other. But major renovations will leave hundreds of brides in the lurch.
By COURTNEY DENBY
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SPECIAL REPORT SMU’s $350 Million GAMBLE

Southern Methodist University is betting on an ambitious plan to rebuild-and on an ambitious man to make it happen.
By Adam McGill
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TRENDS Glossing the Numbers

ANNUAL REPORTS BOAST AND BLUNDER
By D Magazine