Phillips concert satisfies campus, St. George communities

Multimedia editor Jiselle Tejera spoke with DSU students, faculty and staff and St. George community members about the Phillip Phillips concert Oct. 28.

DSU center Robbins balances high expectations, baking


Multimedia editor Jiselle Tejera spoke to men's basketball senior center Zach Robbins.

Five signs your adultness has taken all the fun out of Halloween


Five signs your adultness has taken all the fun out of Halloween:

1- You have no idea who this Elsa person is or why everyone is dressing up as her.

2- You really don't feel good about all the scandalous costumes at Target this year.

3- Your heart can ...

Confessions stir campus buzz


Reporter Elena Castro talked to students about how certain social media sites have captured the attention of students here at DSU.

Group project survivors share tips


Reporter Bailee Monson spoke to Dixie State University students about how they cope with group projects.

Volleyball wins tight five-set match


Dixie State University pulled out a close five-set win Saturday afternoon that meant it would stay tied for the top spot in the Pacific West Conference.

With the win over California Baptist University, DSU improves to 15-6 overall and 12-1 in conference play. The Red Storm are tied with BYU-Hawaii ...

DSU field institute boulders status quo

Ulrich Wortmann, University of Toronto geology professor, points out an outcrop along the Canyon Overlook Trail in Zion National Park. Courtesy of Gerald Bryant

The Dixie State University Department of Physical Sciences continues to give students opportunities to make their résumés rock solid.

The Colorado Plateau Field Institute, founded in 2009, helps students and faculty and staff capitalize on DSU’s “extraordinary natural setting,” said Gerald Bryant, geology special projects coordinator. After ...

DSUSA teams with athletic department for trunk-or-treat service project


As Homecoming festivities came to an end with the Phillip Phillips concert Tuesday, students may have been surprised to realize that homecoming week didn’t have a Halloween theme.

In past years Dixie State University’s homecoming has fallen on the same week as Halloween, but this year it didn ...

Full event slate rounds out 2014 Homecoming

Dixie State University's Homecoming Week 2014 offered many activities for students to get involved in. Reporter Megan Peterson spoke to Dixie State University students about Homecoming Week.

DSU suffers close losses in California

Forward Alissa Moffat, a sophomore dental hygiene major from Provo, prepares to take a kick in the game against Holy Names University on Oct. 10.  Photo by Elena Castro

Dixie State University soccer kept it close but lost in the California road trip.

Both men’s and women’s soccer couldn’t find a way to finish their games. The women’s team lost its momentum from its strong home wins last week. DSU lost both games without scoring ...

Dixie see's first win against Menlo

Conor Sklarsky, a senior criminal justice major from Norco, California, rushes the ball down the field in the game against Menlo College on Saturday. The Storm beat Menlo 28-6. Photo by Alex Cox

Dixie State University saw its first win against Menlo College on Saturday, defeating the Oaks 28-6 during  Homecoming weekend.

Dixie started out strong as Ben Longshore threw the first touchdown for 19 yards to junior receiver Nate Stephens on a three-play drive. The Storm’s defense quickly stopped Menlo’s ...

Increase in enrollment at DSU due to ambassador work, university status

Graphic by Cody Eckman

Student enrollment has increased at Dixie State University with the help of university status, student services and faculty who will help students out with their homework via Skype at midnight.

DSU has had an overall increase in enrollment, especially with first-time freshmen students, minority students and international students. A combination ...

Inauguration builds, emphasizes upon 'We are Dixie'

Dixie State University President Biff Williams speaks during his inauguration. Williams discussed both short and long-term goals. Photo by Landen Vancil

Vacant Burns Arena seats during President Biff Williams’ formal inauguration signified the progress needed to improve community-university ties — a goal that Williams has repeatedly underscored in his ambitions for Dixie State University. 

Students, faculty, staff, alumni and city officials gathered Thursday, some wearing traditional caps and gowns, to witness the ...

Girl Talk: Women’s film efforts not lauded enough


You would think that the film industry would have progressed far enough by 2009 that a woman would have won an Academy Award for directing by then. 

The first time a woman won an Academy Award for Best Director was five years ago. Considering movies have existed for more ...

Album Analysis: Shrink the Giants' maturing sound, feeble lyrics clash in new release


To pin an exact genre or influence to this up-and-coming Utah band’s sound is as daunting of a challenge as fulfilling the command in its name.

Shrink the Giant, based out of Kamas, drops its sophomore effort, “Faceless,” this month. The album’s intricate instrumentals hint at both ...

Five people you will inevitably run into during Homecoming Week


1- The people with the plan. They know all the events by exact date, time, location. Their eagerness tends to scare people.

2- The people who have no idea what’s going on. “Which building is the       Gardner again?”

3- The people who are just trying to survive. They appreciate ...

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