UTAH TECH UNIVERSITY'S STUDENT NEWS SOURCE | April 18, 2024

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Our View: Syria’s troubles are ours

It can sometimes be difficult to care about another country’s problems, especially when we all have problems of our own, and the country in question happens to be on the other side of the planet. So it’s pretty easy to read headlines like CNN’s “House leaders back Obama on Syria” and NBC’s “Selling Syria: White […]

Puppeteers bring spin on classic tale to life in ‘Jacob Marley’s A Christmas Carol’

“Jacob Marley’s A Christmas Carol” is a journey that takes you to hell and back. The play, told from Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol’s”  Marley’s perspective. Marley, who was Scrooges’ business partner and longtime associate. The story opens with Marley’s death. Marley, played by sophomore Andrew Bullard, a theater major from Page, Ariz., is given […]

Administrators clarify longboarding use, skateboarding ban

Longboards and skateboards have a lot in common, but one area where they differ is their acceptance on campus. Dean of Students Del Beatty said that while longboarding is accepted on campus, skateboarding is definitely not allowed. Campus police said skateboarding on campus caused expensive property damage several years ago, and student government voted to […]

New Orleans hypnotist returns to DSC campus

This week’s Thurs “D” activity will feature hypnotist Bruce McDonald from New Orleans. The event will be held on Thursday Nov. 15 in the Gardner Ballroom at 7:30 p.m. Students are encouraged to come with friends and enjoy the hypnotist for free. McDonald has been performing at Dixie and around the nation for more than […]

Art trips offer culture, experience on college budget

DSC students leave St. George by bus and travel to Los Angeles for a memorable journey in art. Each semester the fine arts department at DSC sponsors a four-day trip to Los Angeles. It is open to students, alumni and anyone in the community who has the desire to enrich their own perspective through art. […]

Creative Contest Comes to St. George

Submitted by Jon Cole   The Cleaning Supplier, located on Sunset Boulevard next to Albertsons, has announced an exciting new contest for Southern Utah. Style and clothing aren’t the forte of The Cleaning Supplier but that isn’t stopping them from sponsoring the first ever Southern Utah Toilet Paper Dress Competition.   A growing trend in […]

Andrew Thomas McLaughlin

Andrew Thomas “Tom” McLaughlin passed away on Wednesday, June 29, 2011.   He was born on July 10, 1926 in Trinidad, Colorado.  Dad would have turned 85 next week, and although we won’t be able to celebrate as planned, we believe he is now enjoying a reunion with Mom that far exceeds anything we could have […]

Charlotte Parkin

Charlotte Parkin, mother of Valerie (Henry) and Paul, passed away June 10, 2011 at home.  She was a beloved mother, grandmother, daughter and sister to her family.  She is survived by her children Valerie (Henry) and Paul; three grandchildren; sister Marlene Bennett (Sherman), brothers Melvin (Enetta), Harold (Nancy), and Marlow; predeceased by sister Beverly (Gilbert) […]

Shirley Mae Dearth Zwang

St. George, Utah – Shirley Mae Dearth Zwang passed away, at the age of 79, on July 1, 2011. She was born February 22, 1932 in Evanston, Wyoming to Frances Shirley and Wilford M. Price. She married Dee S. Dearth on August 11, 1954 in Evanston, Wyoming. They were later solemnized in the Salt Lake […]

Jack Keith Robinson

Jack Keith Robinson, 87, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, World War II veteran, coach, teacher and friend passed away in his sleep on June 9, 2011 in Saint George, Utah. Jack was born February 26, 1924 to Paul G. Robinson and Ethel L. Paul in Rockford, Illinois.  Jack attended Thornton Township High School, Harvey, […]