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

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Search committee begins to conduct interviews, new president remains unknown

The search for the upcoming Dixie State University president is underway, and the Presidential Search Committee is quietly diving into the applicant pool.  Steve Johnson, DSU public relations director, said the committee members have no choice but to refrain from giving information about the search because the Utah System of Higher Education and board of […]

Clock Tower construction concludes; Dixie Idol champion announced

The Clock Tower Dedication not only consisted of builders, presidents and deans describing their love for the new tower, but it was also filled with the music notes and voices of Dixie Idol finalists. Greg Knell, Chance Steglich and Jadon Webster began the dedication by singing the National Anthem. The contestants sang the top pick […]

D-Queen pageant lavished with memories, flair

From the opening number to special performances, the D-Queen pageant took off April 8 and crowned three D-Queen idols. The D-Queen pageant took place in the Cox Auditorium, and 10 contestants competed by performing an opening number, showcasing diverse talents and exhibiting evening wear. The night ended with three claimed winners: senior Jordyn Hanevold was […]

Dive into this year’s D-Week

Crawling in mud, kissing in the fountain, and dancing the night away might dawn on Dixie State University students’ minds as D-Week arrives, but this year, there might be a few surprises that will make this week especially memorable. Student Body President Carlos Morgan, a senior communication major from Santa Clara, said this week is […]

DSU grads, students turn entrepreneurs

Motivation, determination and faith are exactly what three familiar Dixie State University faces have in common as they witness their dreams becoming a reality. Gage Miller, Mike Sheffield and Andrew Nielsen take on the real world as DSU opened opportunities through entrepreneurship. Their businesses continue to succeed, and they beam as examples to those who […]

March Madness brings creativity

The pressure is on, and we are surrounded by our friends with the brackets in our hand, waiting to make the final decisions that can earn us the respect of those around us. There’s only one problem: Anything can happen. So how can we succeed in filling out our NCAA March Madness dream brackets? The […]

Layton, Mathews, Price triumph during final elections

Gregory J. Layton, D’Andre Mathews and McKell Price conquered final elections Friday and are already preparing for next semester. Layton and Clint Post battled for the president position, and Layton won with 534 votes, while Post gathered 296. Mathews and Alex Lambson competed for the vice president of academics position, and Mathews walked away with […]

Heated faculty, staff email debate about politics, religion, sexual orientation circulates

A recent email debate has made faculty, staff and students question how accepting of diversity the campus community really is. The dixieall email was treated as an open forum Jan. 31 through Feb. 10, asking for suggestions and opinions on what characteristics to search for in a new president.  Many faculty and staff members contributed […]