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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: Dealing with Debt, current college students facing huge payoffs after graduation; Transfer Prather provides spark for No. 1 Patriots; University adapting to growth, expansion; Greek Week 2016; Stop overlooking April; From Victim to Survivor of sexual assault; Death to child sex predators?; Child abuse hides in plain sight; Pine Tree's roadmap to success; What's Happening: UT Tyler nursing students recognized at annual state association conference, UT Tyler Model UN program recognize at national conference, UT Tyler announces 2016 Patriot Days; Watching for warning signs; A walk to awareness; Patriot Days; Students react to campus carry policy; Report shows drug violations still on the rise; Student veterans raise awareness for PTSD, suicide with Silkies Hike; Police Reports; Students react to campus tobacco ban that will begin this fall; Comic book cage match; Small town cafe; Simply unbeatable, No. 1 Patriots riding 26-game winning streak as season heads into home stretch; Track teams continue to shine; Out with the old, in with the new, examining he evolution of statistics in baseball in the past two decades; Sports Briefs; Photo Finish: Greek Week

Publication Date

Spring 4-12-2016


debt, student loan debt, softball, Greek Week, April, sexual assault, victim, survivor, child sex predators, death sentence, child abuse, Child Abuse Prevention Month, Pine Trree High School, nursing students, Model United Nations (UN), suicide prevention, warning signs, Walk for suicide awareness, Patriot Days, campus carry, drug violations, growth, PTSD, Student Veterans, Police Reports, tobacco ban, comic book, Batman, Superman, screen, The 4 way cafe, Track & Field, baseball, Sports Brief

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The Patriot Talon (April 12, 2016)



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