Trailblazer Bulletin

Dusty Hart Wins First at SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference

Dusty Hart, a student at Utah Tech, recently attended and competed in the SkillsUSA national competition in Atlanta, Georgia. Hart works at Geezy Tees, where he helps screen-print t-shirts for local clients. He also works at the Human Performance Center…

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Florence Summer Dance

Study Abroad in Florence Italy Florence Summer Dance is an opportunity for students to dive into themselves as dance artists. Throughout the 3 week intensive, students are able to network with international artists, develop character, and release their artistic expression.…

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Utah Tech Students Travel to Uganda

Seven students, led by Professor Robert Kagabo, took just over three weeks of their summer to travel to Uganda, participate in humanitarian work and learn more about health and social challenges there. The students, majoring in degrees such as pre-med,…

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Utah Tech Student Kylee Newsome pilots criminal justice Amsterdam exchange program

Criminal Justice major travels abroad Kylee Newsome, an intern with Utah Tech’s Digital Forensic Crime Lab, had the unique opportunity to spend six weeks at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences this summer. She spent this time exploring the Forensic…

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6 Reasons why to Attend UT’s Student Job Fair and Business Expo

Utah Tech University Career Services holds an annual student job fair and business expo at the beginning of fall semester. Attending the event is the perfect way to start the year. Students, employers, and community resources all come together for…

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Sears Art Museum Features “Utah North to South” By G. Russell Case

With his deep connections within the plein air and landscape art communities, G. Russell Case has received a lifetime of prestigious awards and has been featured in reputable galleries and museums. Born and raised in Brigham City, Utah and attending…

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Utah Tech’s Guide to Understanding Juneteenth

As we enjoy a three-day weekend due to a new state and federal holiday called Juneteenth, let me enlighten you on what the holiday is about and how we could commemorate it. Juneteenth was signed into federal law by President…

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Utah Tech University Symphonic Band works with non-profit in Baja Mexico

During the 2022 Spring Break, members of the UT Symphonic Band traveled to Baja Mexico. Under the direction of Dr. Bryant Smith, the group partnered with A Childs Hope Foundation, a non-profit organization that helps support orphanages around the world.…

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Utah Tech Student Sebastian Hotalen Takes On The CNFR in Casper, Wyoming

Sebastian Hotalen, of Belgrade, Montana, is hitting the road to compete at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming. Hotalen is studying management at Utah Tech University in St. George and is hoping to be the first in his…

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Dixie State University honors graduates at 111th Commencement Ceremony

Dixie State University recently celebrated the achievements of the institution’s largest-ever graduating class of 2,684 degree candidates at the university’s 111th Commencement Ceremony. During the ceremony, held on May 6 in Greater Zion Stadium on the DSU campus, the university honored the Class…

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