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Showing posts from Month: October 2016

Dixie State University President’s Colleagues to discuss happiness at next meeting

Discussing the meaning and pursuit of happiness, Dr. Dick Harper will present at the next President’s Colleagues of Dixie State University meeting. Harper will present “Happiness: The Art of Living Well” at noon on Monday, Nov. 7, in Lecture Hall 156 of Dixie State’s Russell C. Taylor Health Science Center, located on Dixie Regional Medical […]

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Institute of Politics and Public Affairs unveiled

In a historic event, Dixie State University celebrated the formation of its student-embodied Institute of Politics and Public Affairs on Oct. 26. DSU now joins all other state universities with an on-campus political voice. The grand opening is timely, with the beginning of early voting in Washington County. Among the guest speakers at the ribbon-cutting […]

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DSU, City of St. George introduce Dixie State University Trailblazers Art in the City

Expanding the benefits of living in a university town, Dixie State University and the City of St. George are working hand in hand to establish DSU Trailblazers Art in the City. Placing hand-painted bison statues in high-traffic areas and in front of local businesses around the city, the project will promote Dixie State University, local […]

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Dixie State University’s Brooks the Bison receives warm welcome from huge crowd

While receiving cheers from thousands of adoring fans, Dixie State University’s new mascot, Brooks the Bison, made a triumphant debut Thursday evening during halftime of Trailblazer Football’s 21-14 victory over New Mexico Highlands. A near-capacity crowd fueled the energy and excitement felt as Brooks made his entrance into Legend Solar Stadium. Fans showed up in […]

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DSU now offers bachelor’s degree in digital film

Dixie State University is growing by leaps and bounds — not only is enrollment up this year to nearly 9,000 students, but new degrees are also being offered. One of those degrees is a Bachelor’s of Science in digital film. The addition comes with the acquisition of a new film studio located atop the old […]

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Dixie Forum to present lecture on creating healthy eating habits

Discussing how eating nutritiously is an integral part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, Dr. Susan B. Roberts will speak at the next installment of Dixie State University’s weekly lecture series Dixie Forum. Roberts will present “Can You Retrain Your Brain for Healthy Eating and a Healthy Weight?” via a video conference call from noon to […]

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Dixie State University to host presentation from the Governor’s Office of Economic Development

The Dixie State University Career Center will host a presentation about Utah’s rapidly growing economy when Val Hale, executive director of the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development, visits campus Nov. 1. Hale will present at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the Zion Room on the fifth floor of Dixie State’s Holland Centennial […]

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DSU celebrates ‘Red, Wild & Free’ with Homecoming Parade

Hundreds of Dixie State University fans gathered to watch the DSU Homecoming Parade on Oct. 22 prior to the Trailblazers’ football game. This year’s theme was “Red, Wild & Free.” Parade lovers, students, alumni and neighbors took to their favorite spots on Tabernacle Street to watch more than 90 entries join in the fun. Here […]

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AmeriCorps recognizes Dixie State University for serving the community

The Corporation for National and Community Service recently named Dixie State University to its annual President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for the 2015-16 academic year. Known as AmeriCorps, the corporation established the honor roll in 2006 to recognize institutions of higher education that foster exemplary community service programs and promote effective practices in […]

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Students officially cut ribbon on Campus View Suites

It has taken only a year to complete and it’s already full. Dixie State University now has a brand-new, four-story housing complex that will accommodate more than 350 students. The new Campus View Suites are located on the north side of the campus next to older housing facilities that were built 48 years ago. Dozens […]

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