UTAH TECH UNIVERSITY'S STUDENT NEWS SOURCE | February 26, 2024

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DSC Student Elections Part II

The 2012 Dixie State College Student Elections have several rarities this time around. Not only is this the first year that people cannot technically run with a party, but the position for student body president has only one candidate, Brody Mikesell. Since he is running unopposed, he is Dixie’s automatic winner. This year students are […]

DSC Student Elections Part I

The 2012 Dixie State College Student Elections have several rarities this time around. Not only is this the first year that people cannot technically run with a party, but the position for student body president has only one candidate, Brody Mikesell. Since he is running unopposed, he is Dixie’s automatic winner. This year students are […]

Habitat for Humanity helps a local family this holiday season

One St. George family has been given an opportunity that doesn’t come around too often. The Hirschi family is the lucky owner of the 17th Habitat for Humanity home in southern Utah. Several committees weighed the options of the different families who applied for the house, and after several weeks found the Hirschi family to […]

Special Needs Carnival Delights Many

Dixie State College gave back this Halloween season to grow closer with members of the local community. The annual Special Needs Carnival was a big hit this year as students and faculty involved with clubs, student government and other organizations created over 20 booths for this carnival held in the Gardner Center. Booths included face […]

DSC Students Provide Campus and Community with Centennial Homecoming Week

The Centennial year has brought about a sense of pride and encouragement towards Dixie State College to go above and beyond in several traditions. Students involved on campus put together the events Homecoming Week had to offer, including the Homecoming Pageant, Rock the Mall, Homecoming Parade and dance.  Since Alumni from the past 100 years […]

Congressman Matheson Tours St. George’s Growing Facilities

Following Governor Herbert’s visit to the area Tuesday, Congressman Jim Matheson visited Dixie State College Wednesday and addressed the college’s rapid growth and its effect on St. George’s economy as a whole.  Matheson toured DSC’s Computer Crime Institute, which is just one example of educational expansion in southern Utah. This new program facilitates technology students, […]

DSC Old Gym Offers Wide Range of Activities

The old gym at Dixie State College is home to many aspects of the college that many students aren’t even aware of. The Student Activities Center held an open house for students and faculty to attend so they can become a part of all that DSC has to offer. The Intramural Department, Multicultural Diversity Center, […]

Dixie State Celebrates Major Milestone

Over the past year Dixie State College has celebrated the school’s centennial. Dixie’s centennial has been the ongoing theme as student government’s slogan this year is “Team of the Century” and the Homecoming theme will be “From Pioneers to 100 Years.”  September 19 marks the birth of DSC and the 100th birthday party was held […]

Cash Reward for Smith’s Robbery

The St. George Police Department and Crime Stoppers have upped the ante for information regarding last month’s Smith Pharmacy robbery. Now there is up to a $5,000 cash reward being donated by the pharmaceutical company Purdue Pharma L.P., a combined effort between industry pharmacists and law enforcement to investigate and stop pharmacy theft. On August […]

Alleged Illegal Immigrant Arrested on Several Offenses

After Washington County Police received a call about hearing shootings, one man was arrested on six offenses. Rodrigo Alexander Lopez was arrested on Sunday, August 21, near Lower Sand Cove Reservoir. Detective Nate Abbott told SUN News that Lopez was among a group of individuals who were questioned about the firearms when deputies responded to […]