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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: Possible plans to buy Varsity Place in early discussions; The Great Debate, Campus smoking proposal tabled by Faculty Senate, but talks continue; SGA fall election for 27 vacant seats scheduled for Oct. 5-7; Smoking on Campus: Change or No Change; Yes, there is a smoking problem on our campus; No, there is not a smoking problem on our campus; Five stereotypes that Hispanics are tired of hearing; Career Services offers job assessments; Police Reports; Search for VP for business affairs continues; Bringing Science to Life, Museum reopens after renovation, preview new NASA exhibit; Campus group drafts recycling proposal; What's Happening: Library Presents Banned Books Week, University establishes campus hammock policy; Professor emeritus' funeral arrangements announced, University scored high on college scorecard; Students celebrate Mexican Independence Day; 'Maze Runner' sequel has great visuals; Singer Trace Adkins charms country music lovers; Faculty artistic passions on display; Yogi will always be a legend; Senior soccer standout on fire; Junior Floyd sets Patriots up for success; Sports Briefs: Soccer teams to host Kick Cancer Night, Volleyball team kiss at another tournament, Cross country teams compete against national elite, Golf teams will host the Al Jones Memorial; Spirit squad coach brings it, Former St. Louis Rams cheerleader is school's first full-time head cheer and dance leader; Celebration of Independence.

Publication Date

Fall 9-29-2015


campus, Varsity Place, smoking, Faculty Senate, Student Government Association (SGA), election, stereotypes, Hispanic Heritage Month, Career Services, Police Reports, Vice President for Business Affairs, varsity, The Discovery Science Place, rennovation, recycling, Robert R. Muntz Library, Harvey Lake, hammock, Funeral, Dr. Robert L. Jones, Mexican Independence Day, 'Maze Runner', Trace Adkins, The Beach Boys, art, Meadows Gallery, Studio Art Faculty Exhibition, yogi, commentary, soccer, volleyball, Rebecca Floyd, Soccer, Cross Country, Golf, St. Louis Rams cheer, Spirit Squad, celebration

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The Patriot Talon (September 29, 2015)



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