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Rural Health Scholars

Rural Health Scholars serve others over spring break

Instead of spending spring break resting or going on vacation, students from Dixie State University, Southern Utah University and Snow College helped others in meaningful, medical ways when 46 students traveled with the Rural Health Scholars Program to underserved communities in the Four Corners area, Nicaragua and Las Vegas. Dixie State student Rachel Seegmiller attended […]

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Dixie State University approved to add academic programs, center for innovation

To accommodate its recent growth, Dixie State University has added two unique majors, a new center devoted to helping students create their own products and businesses, and a pair of new minors. The additions come at the close of the Utah Board of Regents meeting held March 31 on the DSU campus. The newly approved […]

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Dixie State University presents singer-songwriter Bernice Lewis in Dixie Forum

Dixie State University invites students and community members to Dixie Forum, a weekly lecture series, to hear from singer-songwriter Bernice Lewis. Lewis’ presentation, titled, “The Anatomy & Physiology of a Song,” will be held in the Dunford Auditorium on DSU campus on April 4, from noon to 12:50 p.m., and will delve into song composition […]

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“Nunset Boulevard” shows at Dixie State University

Dixie State University Theatre presents “Nunset Boulevard,” a hilarious musical comedy sequel to the original acclaimed musical comedy, “Nunsense. Written by Dan Goggin, “Nunset Boulevard” will show in the Eccles Fine Arts Center Black Box at 7:30 p.m. on April 6–8, and April 11-15. “There has never been a better time to celebrate the talented […]

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Dixie State University celebrates D-Week 2017 — Destination: Dixie

Dixie State University invites alumni, students and community to participate in D-Week 2017, held Monday, April 3, through Saturday, April 8. Themed, “Destination: Dixie,” the 103-year-old tradition is akin to Homecoming Week but brings its own set of traditions that are cherished by the St. George community. In connection with this year’s theme, D-Week participants […]

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Dixie State University Dance Company to present Spring Dance Concert

The Dixie State University Dance Company will hold its annual Spring Dance Concert to showcase DSU students as they perform an array of dance styles and techniques. The St. George community will have three opportunities to attend the concert, which will be held on April 6, 7 and 8. The concert will begin at 7:30 […]

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Dixie State University hires two administrators to better serve students

With enrollment continuing to surge, Dixie State University has announced the hiring of an assistant vice president of Enrollment Management and a director of International Student Services. Darlene Dilley has been hired as the assistant vice president of Enrollment Management and will start at Dixie State on May 1 while Dr. Catherine Odera has already […]

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Music Department to present electro-acoustic concert

The Dixie Electro-Acoustic Performance ensemble will premiere music composed by Dixie State University faculty and students at the Music Department’s next concert. Featuring works composed for acoustic instruments and computers, the concert is scheduled to take place at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 31, in the Mainstage Theater of the Eccles Fine Arts Center on […]

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Dixie State University President’s Colleagues to discuss Middle East relations at next meeting

Presenting “Understanding the Syria-Iraq-Iran-Turkey Conundrum,” Dr. Preston Hughes will provide commentary on developments that have taken place in the Middle East since 1918 at the next President’s Colleagues of Dixie State University meeting. The lecture is set to take place at noon on Monday, April 3, in Lecture Hall 156 of Dixie State’s Russell C. Taylor […]

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Dixie Forum welcomes philosophy instructor, whisky entrepreneur

Dixie State University invites students and community to Dixie Forum, a weekly lecture series, to hear from Jason Johnstone-Yellin, instructor of philosophy and co-founder of the Jewish Single Malt Whisky Society and Single Cask Nation. Johnstone-Yellin’s presentation, titled, “Philosophy in the Age of Science and Capitalism,” will share insights from Johnstone-Yellin’s experience as a philosopher, […]

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