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Showing posts from Month: August 2016

Brooks the Bison making his way to the Dixie State University campus

Brooks the Bison, Dixie State University’s new mascot, is en route to St. George as he prepares to make his debut Thursday night at Dixie State’s season-opening football game at the newly named Legend Solar Stadium. After a year of developing the Trailblazer identity and coordinating a massive rebranding effort across the campus and entire […]

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Dixie Forum, DOCUTAH team up to premiere this year’s Filmmaker Chats

Dixie State University’s lecture series Dixie Forum is working with DSU DOCUTAH International Documentary Film Festival to host the premiere of this year’s Filmmaker Chats. The inaugural Filmmaker Chat of the 2016 DOCUTAH festival will explore the process of creating a film’s storyline with the presentation “Telling the Story: Tell the one you wanted or […]

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Dixie Forum to kick off with lecture on federally managed public lands

Dixie State University’s weekly lecture series “Dixie Forum: A Window on the World” will kick off the 2016-17 academic year with the presentation “The Origin and Significance of Utah’s Federally Managed Public Lands.” Ray Kuehne will offer the lecture from noon to 12:50 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 30, at the Dunford Auditorium in the Browning […]

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Desert Hills grad wins Dixie State University full-tuition waiver

Paying for college just got a little easier for Desert Hills High School graduate Tayler Rowley, who was the lucky winner of Dixie State University’s full-tuition waiver giveaway. Thinking she won a Trailblazer prize package, Rowley received the surprise of a lifetime when Canyon Media and Dixie State University representatives showed up at her place […]

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Dixie State University welcomes students to Campus View Suites

Ahead of the beginning of the 2015-16 academic year, Dixie State University’s new student-housing complex, Campus View Suites, is set to welcome its first class of students on Thursday. While construction on the exterior of the structure will continue while students are settling in, the suites will be ready for the 352 students who will […]

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Dixie State University settles into academic year with new positions, building improvements

As Dixie State University students settle into the 2016-17 academic year, they are being better served thanks to a variety of improvements and changes made over the summer. One such change was the creation of two associate provost positions. Dr. Nancy Hauck was appointed as the associate provost for community & global engagement and Dr. […]

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