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The official newspaper for the University of Texas at Tyler before it was changed back to the UT Tyler Patriot. Articles in this issue include: University officials respond to national anthem protests; Foreign Exchange, Former Olympic gymnast visiting the university this semester; Archer Fellow student details her experience in D.C.; Suicide: a college epidemic; College is a dog good time; University parking bamboozle; Lethal Keys, Piano player becomes famous, maintains an active role on campus; Box office bombs, successes of the summer; Summer movie bombs, Fall success predictions; Seinfeld brings laughs at Cowan Center; Everything you need to know about Jeff Foxworthy; Voter registration deadline approaching, Guide for first time voters; East Texas State Fair begins, college students get free admission Thursday; ACE kid's day event; Residence Life Office helping students adjust to college life, roommates challenges; Dr. Mabry's successor; A Style of His Own, International student Lucas Periera adapts to life and soccer in the U.S.; Fall intramurals begin; Getting a Running Start; Sports Briefs: Cross Country teams run well at Rhodes College invitational, Gold teams tune up for home tournament with wins on road, Women's tennis has strong showing at ITA regionals, Softball team to host championship ring ceremony; Conference play begins for Patriots; Women's team dominates in pair of shutout wins; Photo Finish: Greek life, volleyball, culture.

Publication Date

Fall 9-27-2016


national anthem, protests, Foreign Exchange, Cheng Fei, Olympic Gymnast Archer Fellowship Program, Washington D.C., suicide awareness, suicide prevention, dogs, university parking, parking permit, anthem, Fei, Dr. Gregory Bock, Dr. Wu, Dr. Wong, Neal Howard, piano, Louise Herrington Patriot Center (HPC), Building Leaders of African American Culture and Knowledge Patriots (B.L.A.A.C.K. Patriots), Homecoming, movie review, box office, "Star Trek Beyond", "Ghostbusters", "Sausage Party", "Doctor Strange", "Arrival", "Rouge One: A Star Wars Story", Jerry Seinfeld, R. Don Cowan Fine and Performing Arts center, Mark Schiff, Jeff Foxworthy, voter registration, first time voters, East Texas State Fair, Advocates for Childhood Education (ACE), Rose Rudman Park, Residence Life Office, roommate challenges, Lucas Periera, soccer, fall intramurals, dodgeball, spikeball, tennis, cornhole, indoor soccer, putt putt, zombie run, basketball, volleyball, bowling, table tennis, turkey trot, jingle trot, softball, cross country, sports briefs, Greek Life, culture, Mexican Independence Day

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The Patriot Talon (September 27, 2016)



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