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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: LGBTQIA+; Explorers, Objectivists, and WASP's: The Unsung Heroes of Women's History; Music in the Pines: Exploring Eclectic East Texas; Token characters cause issues for inclusiveness; Opening the door to a more inclusive campus; Chelsea's corner: Get over yourself, you sin too.; LGBT Movie Review Faceoff: 'Call me by your name' v.s. 'Love, Simon'; Netflix: Hot shows to watch; Gamer or Gaymer: How video games are including LGBT+ characters; What's the best theater in town?; Peace, love, and straight-edge house shows; Crossroads is hardcore with heart; What Patriots are listening to; Born without sight but with an ear for music; LGBT+ People of UT Tyler; New club has hopes flying as high as frisbees; Rock Climbing: Fun. challenging, and worth a college; Freshman on the Rise; Gender, Sexuality, and Sex; From the outside listening in.
LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBT+, Transgender Day of Visibility, Transgender, Aromantic, Asexual, Bisexual, Lesbian, Intersex, Genderfluid, Gay, NonBinary, Progreessive Pride Flag, Polyamory, Polysexual, Questioning, Genderqueer, Pansexual, Agender, Women's History, space race, Valentina Tereshkova, Yuri Gagarin. inclusivity, queer representation, tokenism, hollywood, Gender Sex and Sexuality Alliance (GSSA), Women's Airforce Service Pilots (WASP), judgement, sin, Movie review. 'Call Me By Your Name', "Love, Simon', 'Love Death and Robots', 'The Order', 'The Magicians', 'Iron Fist', Movie Theater, gaming representation, house shows, dry, straight-edge, music survey, campus survey, Crossroads Music Venue, Matt Raker, People of UT Tyler, Wyatt Kayden Almeida, Logan Longoria, Disc Golf, Disc Golf Club, rock climbing, Rock Climbing Club, Track and Field, Corey Perryman, closeted, out
University of Texas at Tyler, "The Patriot (March 26, 2019)" (2019). The Patriot Talon/The Patriot. 136.