UTAH TECH UNIVERSITY'S STUDENT NEWS SOURCE | September 22, 2023

Author: Karli Kuhn

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Media Day sparks basketball seasons

The winter sports Media Day was broadcast live Dec. 1 in the CECTV studio where players and coaches of the men’s and women’s basketball teams shared their outlooks on the coming season.  The Media Day was hosted by Keric Seegmiller, the assistant coordinator for media relations, and had panels from multiple media news sources to […]

DSU alumni write, publish novels

Two former Dixie State University students used their experiences and knowledge of writing to each write a book. “Every Girl’s Guide to College”     DSU alumna Indigo Klabanoff decided to use her college experience and educate other college women by writing “Every Girl’s Guide to College.” Through her experiences, Klabanoff shared tips on academics, […]

Volleyball strong in PacWest play

The Dixie State University volleyball team rallied past California Baptist University Wednesday to stay at first place in the Pacific West Conference. The Storm brought the heat in the first set with a 15-25 win but lost momentum in the second set and fell 25-14. DSU was able to start back up and win the […]

Storm stay first in PacWest conference

The Dixie State University volleyball team rallied past California Baptist University Wednesday to stay at first place in the Pacific West Conference. The Storm brought the heat in the first set with a 15-25 win but lost momentum in the second set and fell 25-14. DSU was able to start back up and win the next […]

Health and safety fair provides fun and safety for kids on Halloween

The children’s health and safety fair involved the St. George community in promoting safety this Halloween with its biggest project of the year. The Dixie Students Nurse Association planned the fair and other health science programs members of the healthcare community were also invited to participate. DSNA president Jorden Gary, a junior nursing major from […]

Energy drinks have a bad reputation

Energy drinks are a source of fuel students in a state of exhaustion are turning to. According to a 2008 a study of undergraduates at a large public university, at least 39 percent of college students had consumed at least one energy drink in the past month. Chance Truman, a junior exercise science major from […]

Try Something New: Student tries local Italian ice restaurant

It’s officially the beginning of fall, but the weather in St. George sure doesn’t let us feel it. High 100s and low 90s is all it has been the past few weeks, so I don’t know about you, but cold treats are still one of my favorites. You can drive down St. George Boulevard and […]

Fantasy sports changing sports watching

Fantasy football is as much of an addiction to sports lovers as drugs are to a drug addict. It’s simply an all-consuming activity for 17 weeks out of the year. Watching sports for me is something enjoyable and something I can get excited for while finding a sense of pride for the team I cheer […]

‘Dixie 2020’ outlines DSU’s goals to change mascot, boost community involvement

After months of planning and formulating strategies, Dixie State University has a new five-year strategic plan—Dixie 2020: Status to Stature. President Biff Williams presented the strategic plan at the Cox Auditorium Wednesday. The presentation included the six main goals of the strategic plan, how they are going to be implemented, and how they coincide with […]