UTAH TECH UNIVERSITY'S STUDENT NEWS SOURCE | April 17, 2024

Author: Julia Bell

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Reserve moving in together for after marriage

“Do you want to move in together?”  These words are said by couples all over the world once their relationship reaches what they deem to be serious. Most couples consider this the next step to enhance their relationship and become closer. Some feel living together will help them because if they choose to get married, […]

Ortiz remains at DSU despite petition

A petition with 63 names was not enough to get Dixie State University’s men’s head soccer coach fired. Francisco Garay, a junior CIT major from American Fork, started a petition after he said the team was being mistreated by head coach Danny Ortiz. DSU Athletic Director Jason Boothe met with the team Friday and said […]

Athlete of the Month: Miller assists teammates in classroom

A good 3-point shooter, an outgoing personality and a classy dresser are some of the traits that belong to this month’s Athlete of the Month. Kaylah Miller, a junior guard for the Dixie State University women’s basketball team, earned the title of Athlete of the Month because of her basketball talent and personality.  Miller proved […]

This month with the president: Spring break concert stage still empty

Student government leaders are still looking for a musical act to fill the empty stage at this year’s spring break concert. Student government and school officials bring a musical act to campus to entertain students and community members every year. However, this year’s process of securing a group is proving to be more challenging than […]

Campus important to new local officals

The new mayor and city council members of St. George hope to make Dixie State University a vital element of the community. Jon Pike was elected as mayor, ending a 20-year-long term of Mayor Daniel McArthur Nov. 5. Michele Randall and Joe Bowcutt were elected to fill two city council seats. As well as serving […]

Diversity Week engages DSU campus

Awareness on campus and in the community is the main goal of this semester’s Diversity Week. Diversity Week is  organized by the Multicultural Diversity Center with help from International Student Services. This year’s theme is “Diversity is all of us.” The theme was picked because students are diverse in their own way whether they realize […]

Rugby team prepares for new season

The Dixie State University men’s rugby team is creating a lasting tradition and legacy. The team started with only 10 players in 2010 and has exploded with growth since then. The popularity of the sport in St. George has helped the team grow. However, the team’s success on the field has helped the team grow […]

Halloween distracting, not worth effort

Halloween is more a trick than a treat. Every Oct. 31, people all over America dress up in costumes, go to parties or go door to door collecting candy. While these people are out and about, I sit in my house; pass out candy to witches, Power Rangers and Buzz Lightyears; and then go to […]

Officials embrace University Avenue

University Avenue leads community members down the road of education. The St. George City council unanimously voted Oct. 17 to name 700 East University Avenue. The new name comes with support from community members, local government leaders and school officials. “If you have a university in your town, you need a University Avenue,” President Stephen […]

Bird fights through life’s toughest loss

A tragedy over the summer has had an effect on the  Athlete of the Month.  Makenzi Bird, an outside hitter for the Dixie State University women’s volleyball team, has been named Athlete of the Month.  Bird is a humble, motivated and spirited player, head coach Robyn Felder said. “Her humbleness is what makes her so […]