Author: Ashlee Millett

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Students compose, check off bucket lists

 Whether it’s skydiving, running a marathon, or traveling to new places, students want to live life to its fullest by experiencing life goals. For Anna Jordan, a junior dental hygiene major from Washington City, going to Ireland is on her list of things to do in her life. “I’ve always wanted to go to Ireland […]

Students prep for snow season

Cost seems to be a big issue for students wanting to hit the slopes this winter season.  Micah Spillman, a junior accounting major from St. George, said skiing and snowboarding are not cheap hobbies. With the cost of a lift pass, owning or renting the equipment, and the gas to get to and from the […]

DSC faculty impresses critic

Students and community members filled the Eccles Concert Hall to hear faculty perform for the Faculty Fall Concert. Saxophonist Rhonda Rhodes and Pianist Merrilee Webb started out the concert by playing a piece titled “Aria.” The beautiful blending of the saxophone with the piano was an excellent way to start the night. Along with the […]

Music faculty to perform for students in 6th annual fall concert

It’s time for the students to sit back, relax and be entertained while their teachers feel the pressure of taking center stage in the upcoming Faculty Fall Concert.  Every fall for the past six years, the music faculty has put on a concert for the students and the community. This lets students see the faculty […]

‘Just Dance 4’ elicits 5-star review; game best played in group

If you’re not a dancer, “Just Dance 4” will have you dancing like a pro in no time. Don’t be a couch potato. Grab a friend or two and start dancing. The newest installment of the “Just Dance” series came out Oct. 9. “Just Dance 4” is similar to previous “Just Dance” games where players […]

Violence close to being an issue in ‘Here Comes the Boom’

If peeing your pants from watching one of the many thrillers is not your idea of a movie night, “Here Comes the Boom” is a comedic alternative. Similar to the story line of “Nacho Libre” and “The School of Rock,” Kevin James stars in this sports comedy as Scott Voss, a 42-year-old apathetic high school […]

Southwest Symphony brings Mozart Magic to Cox

The Southwest Symphony Orchestra will entertain audiences with its season premiere concert, “The Magic of Mozart.” Gary Caldwell, associate professor of music, will direct the orchestra as it plays some of the beautiful and unique works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.  Adriana Horne, adjunct music instructor and harpist in the Southwest Symphony, said she likes how […]

Halloween traditions carry on into college life

Besides the classic traditions of trick-or-treating or dressing up for Halloween, students have their own unique traditions. Ashley Freer, a junior communication major from Santa Clara, still goes trick-or-treating every year and likes watching the not-so-scary spooky movies, like “Hocus Pocus,” all day long on Halloween. This may seem like classic Halloween traditions, but one […]

Washington County School District uses haunted cave to raise funds

   It’s time to start preparing for the alien invasion that will make this Halloween memorable.    An alien-themed haunted cave will open every weekend of October starting Oct. 5. So grab a bunch of friends to cuddle with as you make your way through the Haunted Cave, located at 1436 Redledge Road in Washington. […]

Department Stores needlessly rush holidays

 The beach towels, sun block, and school supplies are no longer top on our shopping lists; instead, it’s all about the bags of candy, fall decor and holiday shopping.     It’s time to hang those spiders, bake the turkey, and decorate the tree. The fall season is underway.    We, or at least I, wait […]