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The official newspaper for the University of Texas at Tyler named the UT Tyler Patriot from October 4, 2018 to April 23, 2019. Articles in this issue include: Hendricks disqualified from SGA presidential race, says he "took the fall fro SGA's shortcomings"; Addiction: Smoking in Secrecy; How East Texas is stopping Opioid Addiction; War While on Drugs: Drug Usage in WWII; 100 years of Cannabis: An in depth look into how cannabis has been treated by the United States Government through legislation; Cheating the Game: Steroids on the Field; Running Toward Success; Order in the Court: UT Tyler appoints new basketball coach; Move to Division II, a home run for UT Tyler baseball; A helping hand from someone who knows first-hand: Bruce Bettinger; How Patriots feel about drugs; Anything goes at Mike's Open Mike; Going with the beat of friendship; People of UT Tyler; The cost of Gaming Addiction; The Red Strings Club; The Highs and Lows of Mary Jane; Arrested for shrooms doesn't amount to a fung-time; Chelsea's Corner: Addicted to Heartbreak; UT Tyler Handles Sexual Health;

Publication Date

Spring 4-9-2019


Student Government Association (SGA), Blake Hendricks, election, Addicition, smoking, vaping, tobacco policy, East Texas, Opioid Addiction, Pervitin, World War II (WWII), Norman Ohler, United States Cannabis Legislation, cannabis, marijuana, The Marihuana Tax Act, The Federal Bureau of Narcotics, The Controlled Substances Act, Drug Enforcement Administration, legalization, drug legislation, steroids, Chase Rathke, Louis Wilson, basketball coach, Division II, baseball, Bruce Bettinger, Mike's Open Mike, People of UT Tyler, gaming addicition, 'The Red String Club', mary jane, shrooms, mushrooms, non-violent offender, sexual health, heartbreak, STD testing

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The Patriot (April 9, 2019)



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