• March 12, 2018

    The Magic of Dixie: D-Week 2018

    Dixie State University invites you to D-Week 2018 By Hanna Pollock Balloons dot the campus, grassy areas are splashed with Dixie colors, and a red light cast from the “D” on Black Hill beams over St. George to announce the arrival of Dixie State University’s D-Week. “The Magic of Dixie,”...

  • March 12, 2018

    DSU Athlete Profile: Janessa “Cheetah” Bassett, Softball

    By DSU Athletics Staff Dixie State returns 13 starters from the 2017 softball squad, led by senior outfielder Janessa Bassett (Stansbury Park, Utah/Stansbury HS). A three-time first team All-PacWest honoree and three-time All-American, Bassett led Dixie State in batting average for the third consecutive season in 2017, hitting .406 with 43 runs...

  • March 12, 2018

    Trailblazer Nation

    By Richard “Biff” Williams, President of Dixie State University History was made at Dixie State University on Jan. 26, when our Board of Trustees unanimously approved the addition of our first-ever graduate degree program, a Master of Accountancy. Pride in the institution and excitement for the future was palpable as...

  • March 12, 2018

    Myth Busting at Dixie Tech College

    After years of planning, dreaming, working, and fundraising, the Dixie Technical College permanent campus is a reality. It stands atop the old airport hill on what is now Tech Ridge Drive as a beacon to people who want to improve their lives by improving their employability. The project was big;162,000...

  • March 12, 2018

    Letter from our Editors

    The arrival of spring marks the end of our family’s second winter in Southern Utah. With the milder temperatures and sunny skies, winter here is not only bearable but enjoyable. Being able to enjoy the outdoors in January is just one of the many reasons we love Southern Utah. No...

  • January 21, 2018

    Trailblazer Nation

    As the start of 2018 ushers in the perfect opportunity to set resolutions for the new year, Dixie State University is offering more resources and assistance than ever before to help you accomplish your educational goals.   For example, the University now offers 38 unique baccalaureate majors, 16 associate programs,...

  • January 21, 2018

    A Unique Outlet: Community Education at Dixie State University

    By Erin Hakoda   Dance, paint and discover new skills alongside like-minded peers through Community Education at Dixie State University.   DSU, the City of St. George, and Washington County School District are providing a program for community members to explore their interests and gain new skills through non-credit enrichment...

  • January 16, 2018

    Buy Local: St. George Express

    We believe in a world of opportunity. To bridge time and space and bring family, friends, and loved ones together. St. George Express is not merely a shuttle service; we are a purveyor of togetherness.   Formerly Aztec Shuttle, St. George Express was revitalized under the new ownership of Salt...

  • 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...

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