UTAH TECH UNIVERSITY'S STUDENT NEWS SOURCE | November 08, 2022

Author: Emma Brown

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OPINION | Best and worst of campus dining

While we can all agree on-campus dining needs to hit refresh on what is offered, here are the best and the worst of what we currently have. Grazers – Best This menu always calls my name when I enter the Human Performance Center, but the cost, wait, and availability keep me from purchasing. Acai bowls […]

D-Queens through the years

A Dixie State University tradition since 1922 is the D-Queen pageant for women who embody the spirit of Dixie. The pageant includes an interview, talent, written essay, evening wear, onstage questions, academic achievement, service, and involvement. Here is a list of a few of the past D-Queens explaining what winning the title has meant and […]

“Rebels forever” memory garden will stay through transition to Utah Tech University

The Rebels mascot identity on campus isn’t erased completely and is remembered near the Browning Learning Resource Center. As part of the centennial celebration in 2011 and dedicated in 2013, eight memory gardens located throughout campus were gifted by different donors who attended Dixie State University throughout the years. They all include a large U-shaped […]

Diversity week recognizes diverse communities at DSU

Each day of the Multicultural and Inclusion Center’s diversity week at Dixie State University was focused on a specific community to inform, celebrate and recognize the diversity on campus. Monday: Open mic night Talents of all kinds were showcased in the Gardner Student Center Ballroom during open mic night. Many different communities came to share […]

DSU receives $56 million for new general education building

With many doors still left open after the truth in tuition hearing the Utah State Legislative session has been able to close a few. The topics in question regard the budget funds for Dixie State University to utilize. The possibility of a new building, increased faculty salaries and increased tuition were the major funds DSU […]

OPINION | Healthy eating and exercise is not a one-size-fits-all

“Do this everyday to be healthy!” Is the phrase we constantly see on social media or advertised to us. This phrase interested me for so long because I genuinely longed for something quick and easy to add to my day, so I almost always clicked for more information. The word healthy has different meanings for […]

Dixie Awards: Recognition and respect for decades

And the award goes to… In similar fashion to the upcoming Academy Awards, Dixie State University is hosting the Dixie Awards April 29 in the Dolores Dore Eccles Fine Arts Center in the Mainstage Theater at 7 p.m. For decades DSU students, faculty, staff, community members and businesses have been nominated and received a Dixie […]

DSU plans to raise tuition prices, still remaining cheapest university in Utah

Recent economic inflation impacts Dixie State University which will raise tuition and student life fees. The truth in tuition hearing held on Feb. 22 included DSU’s leadership teams, and all concerned students and citizens were invited to attend. Bryant Flake, executive director of planning and budget, started the hearing with a presentation on the reasons […]

OPINION|Waking up early will change your life

If your news years resolutions haven’t made it past the first month and a half of the year, I have the solution for you. In summer of 2021 I knew I needed to change something to help me feel better. I set goals to better myself in nutrition and exercise. I knew waking up early […]

Best rom-coms for Valentine’s Day

Finding a favorite romantic comedy proved to be quite the challenge for students at Dixie State University. The final list included: “She’s the Man,” “The Proposal,” “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days,” “Hitch,” “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “Life as We Know It,” “10 Things I Hate About You,” and “27 Dresses.” “She’s the […]