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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: Food scene sizzles, New options to eat, drink and see live music arrive; SGA elections start tomorrow, student government struggles to get student representation; Track and field team with no permanent track; In a league of her own, Robenalt humbled by Women of the Year nomination; Golf teams open season with victories in two states; Tennis teams earn titles, pick up experience at ASC Championships; Patriot Profile: Kitts named ASC Runner of the Week after winning Braveheart Invite; Soccer teams almost perfect; Volleyball team still unbeaten in ASC play; Supreme Court Justice speaks about government, Constitution;National accreditation benefits counseling students, state; Enrollment increases 7 percent due to retention rates, growth; Weighed down by depression; Graduate School reaches Indian students with Facebook; Heartbreak turns into her big break; Alumni art featured at Meadows Gallery; 15 minutes not just for insurance, 27 short films to be featured at Liberty Hall this week; The Islamic State: What do we do about it?; Obama makes broken promises for a broken immigration system; Tyler sadly remains split by social and economical factors; Depression isn't just a 'phase'; Free speech must include the license to offend; Shuttles assist students' commute to classes; East Texas State Fair continues; Discovery Science Place reopens with updates; Campus seminar camp educates small businesses; Changes to Blackboard 24/7 support; University recognized as top college in new report; Event series to inform students of finances, social issues; Police Reports.
food, Student Government Association (SGA), voting, places to eat, Track and field, Woman of the Year, Lauren Robenalt, golf, tennis, ASC Championships, Craig McConnell, Carly Kitts, soccer, volleyball, restaurant, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, national accreditation, counseling, enrollment rates, depression, Graduate School, India, Facebook, Emily Hearn, Meadows Gallery, Tyler Film Festival, The Islamic State (ISIS), Obama, immigration, Free speech, University shuttle, East Texas State Fair, Discovery Science Place, Police Reports
University of Texas at Tyler, "The Patriot Talon (September 23, 2014)" (2014). The Patriot Talon/The Patriot. 198.