Trailblazer Bulletin

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DSU to host Special Olympics Utah South Area Games

The Dixie State University Department of Health & Human Performance, in conjunction with Dixie State Athletics and DSU Community and Global Engagement, is thrilled to host the track & field and swimming events for the Special Olympics Utah South Area Games. The track & field competition will be held in the newly renovated Trailblazer Stadium while swimming […]

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Congratulations, Dixie Award Winners!

As the 2017-18 academic year wrapped up, the annual Dixie Awards recognized the accomplishments of  DSU students, faculty, and staff as well as community partners who have been extraordinary in their commitment to DSU. Dixie Awards has been a traditional part of student life at Dixie State for decades. As a formal event patterned after […]

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Ballroom team presents Concert

The Dixie State University Ballroom team presents its Spring Concert on April 12 and 13 at 7:30 pm in the Eccles Main Stage Theater.  From waltz to salsa, jive to disco and everything in between, the ballroom team will amaze you with ballroom favorites.  From contemporary to more traditional dances, there is something for all […]

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Decompress & Stress Less

Decompress & Stress Less with the Health & Counseling Center

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Women’s Resource Center sponsors sexual assault awareness exhibit

The DSU Women’s Resource Center and its community partner, the DOVE Center, will hold a collaborative display called “What Were You Wearing?” The Sexual Assault Awareness Exhibit will be on display at DSU from April 2 to 20. Patterned after the University of Kansas’ display, this exhibit hopes to dispel the myths of sexual violence […]

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Fire & Ice gala raises funds for needs-based scholarships

The Dixie Foundation’s 14th annual Fire & Ice gala garnered record-breaking support for needs-based scholarships, raising funds for Dixie State University students who may not be able to pursue a college education without financial assistance. The annual black-tie optional gala raised more money than any other gala in the event’s history. Put on by the […]

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Students’ research gets published

Dixie State students involved in independent research projects recently had their work published in peer-reviewed chemistry journals and book chapters. The students, Aimee Newsham and Mattie Jones, both of whom recently graduated from DSU, were investigating the uses of a unique class of materials called ionic liquids (ILs) during their junior and senior years. Aimee […]

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