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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: Low voter turnout in fall election, 2.6 percent of students vote, SGA Secretary, vice president resign, A Viral View, The Ebola virus, no longer contained to West Africa has arrived in Dallas; Self-defense classes offered on campus; False report of student with gun disrupts classes; Turning a Blind eye to Domestic violence; The NFL needs to focus on banding the genders together instead of sponsorship; The NFL should take responsibility and teach their players how to be men; Take climate change more seriously; Society's social interaction is being killed by social media; Humans are slowly integrating with technology; Staying connected, Senior citizens learn how to use innovative technology; New University film club on campus; Delta Gamma event raises awareness for blind; Two engineering degrees mote to College of Business and Technology; Rocking out for hunger, Local rock bands host concert for food awareness in East Texas; Art in every bite, Local restaurant hosts exhibit, Women's team on a roll, Patriot ladies haven't lost, allowed only one goal since Sept. 12; Teams conclude fall season at ITA regionals, look ahead to spring; Patriots continue hot play, sit in third place in ASC standings; Patriots give back, teams help out Boys and Girls Clubs of East Texas; UT Tyler Softball Field becomes Suddenlink Field; Patriots sweep Al Jones Jr. Memorial; Kitts, Benson break school records in Ohio; Library tries to stay in budget with flat money; Police address prescription drug abuse; Vaughn named state Researcher of the Year; Mayan Tour explores culture during New Year's Eve; University officials inducted to leadership organization.

Publication Date

Fall 10-7-2014


Ebola, Sudent Government Association (SGA), voting, Self-defense, Domestic violence, NFL, Climate change, socal media, social interaction, humans and technology, senior citizens, film club, Police, Delta Gamma, College of Business and technology;, engineering degrees, East Texas Food Bank, Rockett Queen, Stevie Jo Rosenbalm, Villa Montez, art exhibit, soccer, tennis, volleyball, Baseball, Softball, Golf, Cross country, Al Jones Jr., budget, Robert R. Muntz Library, prescription drug abuse, Dr. Vance Vaughn, Dr. Thomas Guderjan

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The Patriot Talon (October 7, 2014)



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