|Paper||Dixie State University Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Dixie State University Student Newspapers|
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My girlfriend wanted me to do it, so ... 4's been like over a year and a couple months. cant wait to 4 "My end goal is to be - Sky Crystal, a junior marketing major from Kimberly, Idaho -- husband. N I Limscenl iunds . )lished I triumph 5 braid it." j. Casey Chatterley, a sophomore general education major Romev the son track -- l from Kanab audio, le Shayia Basile, a sophomore ogy major fi om St. George -- wise. If;! 3 happy." probabt of this i biol- ! I ) :hasR asfea- - .. spending time with (my We like going out and in nature ... My fondest rriem-o- i being y with jmy husband is (when) we went on a hike out in Zion It was before we got married, and that hike actually made me realize that wanted to marry him ... 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Giving students an opportunity to learn outside of the classroom is unique and valuable, Ross said. I think that at bigger, more established universities, they have lots of events going on that are involved with teaching students things that arent tied so very directly to the classroom, she said. Similarly, Jasmine said hes intrigued by the idea of having multiple disciplines across campus come together and teach on the same topic. Its a great way to get introduced to ideas that you might not even come across otherwise. Jasmine said. Heat. Originally, this song was heavily compared to a watered-dow- n version of the song Jumpman by Future and Drake off tlieir joint album titled What A Tune To Be Alive. However, this revamp its Gabby. to get DSU on the map, When you see my shots, my shot form isnt the greatest, but it goes in, Cabanero said. I just love doing trick shots ... I always have to make a shot before I go home. No one expects what Ill do. Thigpin said the team counts on Cabanero to make the unexpected, difficult shots. (During) the last game against Hawaii Pacific, the seconds were counting down, and I literally just threw the ball up one handed, and it went in, Cabanero said. I jumped for joy during the game. Burge said is most excited to meet the other student athletes picked for the position from other schools. I'm excited for this whole experience, she said. Its a huge opportunity for me. Im just glad to be representing DSU. Thigpin said Cabanero has the green light to make any shots she wants during a game. This suits Cabanero, who said one of her favorite things about playing basketball is she loves to achieve the unexpected. Gabby makes a lot of crazy shots and people half-cou- rt J S - tA, r, w Y T - ! ! Gabrielle Cabanero, a sophomore computer science major from Las Vegas and a shooting guard and backup point guard for the women's basketball team, was selected as a member of the NCAA Division II Student-Athlet- e Advisory Committee Cabanero says she's excited to meet other student athletes picked for the position from other schools n f 1 L i v i ) I I Mi definitely sets it apart and gives the track a fierce sting. Lastly, we have Fade, which features a synth bass line and a drum rhythm that reminds me of the kind of song that would be played in f i: f t ; i r phi.sj.nj ,i iA pi- - fE.T?( f s' - 1 an underground club where all the lights are red. Everyone's cramped and packed together, but no one really cares. They're just slaves to tlie almost rhythm of the beat like zombies. Everything is movmg in slow motion, and you just find yourself in the middle of it all. Stand out hacks: Ultralight Beam, Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1 & 2, Waves and 30 Hours. always ask, How does it go in?' 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