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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: Faculty Senate drafts tobacco-free proposal; University's campus carry group holds open meetings; Changing Times "Non-traditional" students aren't so non-traditional anymore; Alarming numbers in security report can be explained; In Memory of Amy Margaret Yates; Learning to say "no more" in my relationship made me a survivor; Mental Illness: what college isn't teaching us; University makes adjustments to campus hammock policies; Faculty Senate establishes contingent study group; College of Pharmacy students, faculty discuss first experiences at the University; What's Happening: Meadows Gallery [resents exhibition featuring German artists Hans Molzberger; University seeking teachers for sister cities program; Nursing alumna awarded national fellowship from Center for Disease Control; Tibiletti to chair Longview University center development council; Get engaged in service and Cultural Activities; University raises awareness on domestic violence; Recycling, sustainability proposal deadline postponed; Kiva strives to alleviate poverty 25 dollars at a time; Happy fall: Five things to do this season; Edom Festival of the Arts blends culture, crafts; Running for gold...again, Women's cross country tram aiming for their straight ASC championship on Halloween morning; Patriots preparing for better season in 2015-16; Sports Briefs: Women's Soccer moving up in NCAA rankings, Women's Basketball picked to win ASC East Division, Softball gives back to community by mentioning middle school students, Soccer teams come away with big wins against UT-Dallas; For the love of the game, Division III student-athletes love playing their sport and focusing on their education; NBA is back in action; Edom Festival of the Arts.

Publication Date

Fall 10-27-2015


Faculty Senate, tobacco, administration, campus carry, non-traditional students, security report, Amy Margaret Yates, domestic abuse, sexual assault, survivor, mental illness, carry, students, report, hammock policies, study group, Dr. Catherine Ross, Ben and Maytee Fisch College of Pharmacy, Meadows Gallery, German Arists, Hans Molzberger, Sister cities program, Nursing, Dr. Traci Murrary, Dr. Yong Tai Wang, Tom Tibiletti, recycling, sustainability, Kiva, Fall, hot drinks, bike, walk, pumpkin patch, Edom, culture, crafts, cross country, basketball, soccer, softball, NCAA, NBA, Edom Festival of the Arts

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The Patriot Talon (October 27, 2015)



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