Culture

  • March 7, 2019

    Dixie State University’s College of the Arts

    By Alexis McClain After years of practice and dedication, Dixie State University (DSU) student Jessica Powell gives a heartfelt performance with her fellow DSU Symphony Band members. Her commitment to the flute sparks a Trailblazer spirit that resonates with the entire audience. They all rise, applauding the dazzling performance and...

  • January 16, 2019

    All Things Art

    By Merrie Campbell-Lee In year two of its existence, The Center for the Arts at Kayenta has a lineup of events that will draw even bigger crowds. At a time when entertainment is literally at our fingertips, it’s easy to get distracted and simply forget that a live performance is...

  • November 13, 2018

    Celebrity Concert Series: Inspiring, Uplifting, and Educating for Over 60

    By Ginger Nelson   I often think back on my first experiences with the performing arts. As a small, shy child, I remember the excitement and preparation that went into a night out: my mother teaching me how to comb my hair and dress appropriately for these special evenings; turning...

  • November 13, 2018

    Fathering with Love

    By Kelly Kendall   Love is a curious thing. It has as many meanings as there are people in the world, and these meanings are shaped by culture, family, and personality. Recently, I asked a group of fathers to share their views on the love of a father for his...

  • September 6, 2018

    Dixie State University Invites You to Homecoming Week 2018

    By Chase Hansen   With fall semester in full swing, Dixie State University (DSU) invites community and alumni to campus to celebrate its rich traditions and spirit during homecoming week, October 29th–November 3rd, 2018. Please plan on joining us at the following events: Sunday, October 28th, look to the Black...

  • July 10, 2018

    Tan’s Treats: Giving Children the Nutrition They Need to Succeed...

    By Diane Del Toro Tanner Holt was a student at Diamond Valley Elementary School when he noticed that his classmate never had anything to eat for lunch. Gifted with a generous heart and a desire to help anyone in need, Tanner began secretly giving his own lunch to his hungry...

  • July 10, 2018

    Trailblazers Go Global

    By Joel Griffin, DSU Coordinator of Public Relations DSU students take advantage of summer Study Abroad experiences Summer may leave campus feeling a little emptier, but Dixie State University’s “active learning. active life.” experience extends well beyond St. George as Trailblazers take advantage of summer study abroad opportunities. Over the past...

  • July 10, 2018

    Life Lessons of Fishing and Fathers

    By Kelly B. Kendall There is something magical about father’s taking their offspring fishing! Whether it is a lake or stream or even the community pond, kid’s love a fishing trip, especially with their dad. Like most things in life, day dreaming about the upcoming trip to the lake with...

  • July 10, 2018

    The Pioneer Legacy Lives On

    By SGHW Staff Merrill Osmond, lead singer of the Osmond family, is excited to bring back one of Utah’s largest pioneer fireworks celebrations: The Pioneer Legacy. Merrill’s son Justin Osmond is taking the lead as The Pioneer Legacy enters its second year in St. George, Utah. They are excited to...

  • May 28, 2018

    Experiencing ‘active learning. active life.’

    Dixie State University Students Participate in Research at Stanford By Erin Hakoda   Last summer, Dixie State University students Makelle Gardiner and Katherine Monday woke up in Palo Alto, California, every day, put on their lab coats, and headed to the Stanford University lab to perform research alongside world-class scientists....

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