Students, community members and DSU president Stephen Nadauld and his wife Margaret pop party poppers in an attempt to break the world record. Photo by Billy Eusterman

Students fail to 'pop' world record


Although it was unsuccessful, 592 people helped make the “Breaking a World Record” event a good time.

Dixie State University students and community members gathered to break the world record Thursday in the Burns Arena. Hundreds of party poppers, as well as cake and free T-shirts, were given to attendees ...

Search committee begins to conduct interviews, new president remains unknown


The search for the upcoming Dixie State University president is underway, and the presidential search committee is quietly diving into the applicant pool. 

Steve Johnson, DSU public relations director, said the committee members have no choice but to refrain from giving information about the search because the Utah System of ...

Album Analysis: Thee Oh Sees' growth manifests in latest tracks


Garage rock and nachos have something in common: It’s difficult to mess up when making either.

“Drop,” Thee Oh Sees’ latest effort, expands the simple, repetitive structure and lyrics from previous efforts. The group manages to branch out from prior releases while still incorporating familiar motifs by filtering new ...

Red Storm softball hold rival scoreless

Shortstop Josey Hartman, a freshman general education major from Mapleton, lays down a bunt against BYU-Hawaii Tuesday. Photo by Kylea Custer.

Dixie State University softball played another doubleheader and recorded another pair of shutout victories.

The Red Storm swept Brigham Young University-Hawaii Monday 10-0 in the first game and 2-0 in the second game.

Junior pitcher Aryn Feickert and senior pitcher Mattie Snow both threw five strikeouts in game one to ...

Music classes harmonize students' lives


The music department at Dixie State University is smaller than other schools’ departments, but the sense of community among majors and non-majors alike is what draws some students to the program.

The community setting was a factor for James Hetrick, a freshman music major from Las Vegas, when he first ...

Dance wraps D-Week, initiates fresh True Rebel tradition

Students wrap up this years D-Week with Saturday night's dance and revamped tradition of True Rebel. Photo by Rebecca Luker.

D-week ended with a gathering of fellow Dixie State University students at the D-Day Dance and True Rebel Night. The last dance proved a huge success with over 400 students dancing to the latest top 40 hits. 

During a quick computer glitch, Dixie's recently crowned D-Queen Jill Wulfenstein led ...

D-Week filled with old, new traditions


D-Week 2014 introduced new traditions to Dixie while including the regular traditions like D-Queen, the Great Race and True Rebel.

This month with the president: Morgan says farewell to DSU


As spring semester comes to a close, Student Body President Carlos Morgan is leaving behind not only his position, but also a big part of his life.

Morgan, a senior communication major from Santa Clara, has been busy with the stresses of graduating and tying up the loose ends of ...

Cover to Cover: "The Spectacular Now" tragically relatable

Graphic by Megan Peterson.

There’s a fair chance that anyone who reads Tim Tharp’s “The Spectacular Now” knew a boy like the main character, Sutter Keely, in high school.

He was the boy whom everybody loved and adored. He was the life of the party and provided all the laughs. He was ...

Faculty, students rally committee, club for greener Dixie

Graphic by Katie McKellar.

The color red coats Dixie State University’s name, but some are striving to add a vivid layer of green.

As Earth Day approaches, students and faculty members have joined forces as Dixie’s very own environmental advocates. The idea of self-sustainability spurred them to create a committee to educate ...

DSUSA seeks to fill committee positions


The new executive student council has been chosen, but so far the specifics of the plans it has for the next year are not so specific.

The Dixie State University Student Association is in the early planning stages. Although details are unknown at this time, it is evident that Gregory ...

DSU men's golf team swings for first conference championship

Kenny You, a sophomore communication major from Salt Lake City, watches the ball soar in a practice Jan. 28. Photo by Rebecca Luker.

The Dixie State University men’s golf team is preparing for finals week — on the golf course.

The Red Storm prepared all year for their biggest match of the season in the upcoming Pacific West Conference championship Thursday to Friday at the Hiddenbrooke Golf Club in Vallejo, Calif.

A big ...

Presidential change leads to goodbyes and planning next year at Dixie


Student body presidents Carlos Morgan and Gregory J. Layton discuss memories from this year and plans for next year.




Clock Tower Dedication welcomes new campus addition

President Stephen D. Nadauld speaks during the dedication of Dixie's new clock tower April 10. Photo by Thomas Hender.
The Clock Tower Dedication kicked off with refreshments and a band performance. Several people made speeches about the clock tower and how it came about, the work that went into it, and the expectations the speakers had for what it would mean to the campus in the future. President Stephen ...

DSU women's golf team rolls at right time

Madalynne Fedoruk, a sophomore biology major from Riverside, Calif., puss in a practice Tuesday afternoon. Photo by Rebecca Luker.

Pacific West Conference foes may be facing Dixie State University at the wrong time.

After a season-best No. 5 finish at the Western New Mexico Invitational earlier this month, the DSU women’s golf team will participate in the PacWest Conference championship April 21-22. The team’s third-place finish in ...

Culturally proud contestants revive DSU's Native American Pageant tradition

(From Left) Crissie Adams, Ashley Holiday, Angelica Eltsosie and Sootaki Bigwolf compete for the title of Miss Native American Dixie Pageant. Photos courtesy of Kristine Whittaker.

It’s been four years since the last Miss Native American Dixie Pageant, and the women  dressed for the occasion have every intention to make an unforgettable comeback.

The pageant will be held in the Dunford Auditorium at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, and attendees can expect a combination of ...