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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: Campus tobacco ban to take effect this fall; The SHOTS, The numbers behind the record breaking women's basketball team; University announces plans to add marching band; Women's History Month, a feminist and non-feminist weigh in on gender-related issues; Model United Nations: More than a class; Is America feeling the 'Bern" or not this election year?; Joining a sorority has pushed me to "do good" in my college experience; New partnership to grow STEM teachers; Campus fraternities, sororities celebrate Greek Week; What's Happening: University announces history scholars, University to "Outdoor Adventure"; Students named International Scholars, University career services announces Job Fair Week March 22-24; Now Showing with name change, Old Varsity Place hopes to restore reputation; Student veterans host sporting clay fundraiser; Robert R. Muntz Library considers extending hours; University, TJC join choir voices for annual concert at First Presbyterian; New eatery Grub Burger presents new twist on old-fashioned burger; "Joseph" wows crowd; Bob Schneider plays the Liberty; "The Witch" slowly builds feeling of unease into horror; Fourth annual record convention bridges the vinyl generational gap in Tyler; Cruisin' top-ranked Patriots on 15-game winning streak; Hitting the Courts; Homegrown Strother goes pro; Powerful offense has pushed Patriots to first place in ASC; Golf Teams continue to win; Photo Finish: Student Veterans.

Publication Date

Spring 3-22-2016


tobacco ban, basketball, marching band, feminist, non-feminist, gender issues, Women's history month, Model United Nations (UN), Bernie Sanders, election year, sorority, fraternity, Greek Week, STEM, Dr. Michael Odell, history scholarhip, Edwin Morgan Smyrl and Frank H, Smryl Endowed History Scholarship, Phil Stacy Jackson History Scholarship, "Outdoor Adventure", Job Fair Week, rebranding, new ownership, Patriot Days, hoops, tobacco, band, student veterans, clay shoot, Robert R. Muntz, First Presbyterian Church, Patriot Singers, Tyler Junior College's Concert Choir, "Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat", Bob Schneider, Liberty Hall, vinyl records, Tyler Record & CD Expo & Concert, softball, tennis, soccer, Chestley Strother, baseball, golf

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The Patriot Talon (March 22, 2016)



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