Culture

  • November 20, 2017

    Music With A Message

    Country Music singer Eric Dodge has been in the business for years, so it might surprise some to know that he still gets nervous before taking the stage. However, it’s that fear that also motivates him to do more and be better. “My biggest fear was being on stage in...

  • July 18, 2017

    Fatherhood: Lessons from the garden

    There is something special about getting your hands dirty in the garden that makes you feel “earthy, grounded, and back-to-basics”. Some of my most significant life lessons have come from planting, flood irrigation watering from the historic Warm Springs flowing down the pioneer lava rock ditch in Washington, weeding, fertilizing and...

  • July 10, 2017

    An Individualized Experience: Returning to DSU

    At 12 years old, Josh MacDonald made a promise to his uncle — one day, he would go to college and, no matter what, he would graduate. Years later, he was well on his way as a business administration student studying at Dixie State University. “I always wanted to be an entrepreneur, so business seemed to be...

  • March 11, 2017

    Chalk Art Tradition Continues in Ivins

    2017 Street Painting Festival April 29th & 30th Kayenta Arts Foundation’s mission is to develop and create an environment that fosters diverse artistic endeavors for education and enrichment purposes. One of the ways KAF fosters this Mission is through its annual Street Painting Festival (SPF). The 2017 SPF will take...

  • March 11, 2017

    Innovation Plaza

    Continuing Entrepreneurialism in Southern Utah Recently, Dixie State University announced the creation of Innovation Plaza in the building previously known as East Elementary. The building will house academic programs in the original west wing including a new technology focused secondary school. The “newer” east wing will take advantage of the...

  • March 11, 2017

    Meet Lindsey Smith – DXATC Student of the Year.

    Lindsey Smith likes to say that she is left-handed and right-mouthed. Born with arthrogryposis amyoplasia multiplex congenita—a condition that causes her joints to become permanently fixed in a bent or straightened position—she has learned to do things differently. She has developed strength in her mouth to accomplish what others are...

  • March 9, 2017

    Viva Chicken

    “Food as good for you as it is delicious.” Part of what makes going out to eat enjoyable is the experience as a whole. When atmosphere and background merge with taste and satisfaction, you have a winning combination. This is how I would describe dining at Viva Chicken. A Peruvian...

  • March 9, 2017

    Community Calendar

    March 4th BYU Men’s Chorus The Brigham Young University Men’s Chorus is thought to be the largest collegiate male choral organization in the country. Founded in 1958, it has steadily grown to its present membership of 180 voices, with over 400 annually auditioning for the ensemble. As a result of...

  • March 9, 2017

    Letter from the Editor

    Spring is in the air, and to most that means sunshine, flowers, baby animals, and possibly vacations. To me it brings to mind friendships—people that matter in your life, and make an impact to help guide you in whatever direction you want to go. I can’t imagine my life without...

  • March 7, 2017

    The St. George Barbershop: Where Nostalgia Meets Precision

      Perhaps one of the greater ironies of our advanced technological age is this: for all of the various ways to connect and communicate, human interaction is quickly becoming an old-fashioned medium; even an inconvenience. However one of the redeeming qualities of our current culture is that we have begun...

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