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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: Beyond the Bucket, University fraternity helps build ramp for woman with ALS; Location give rise to safety concern; Women under age 25 most at risk for rape; ALS: What's underneath the ice bucket challenge trend? Why you should support stem cell research for ALS. Don't buy into the hype so quickly, do your research first; Giving back to the community, University program allows students to track volunteer hours;University develops park-like area on south side of campus to increase safety; Community raises money for alumnus through zumba class; E-cigs not allowed in campus buildings; Patriot Palooza: Kicking off the year; New college lets students earn bachelor's degree fully online; President speaks on campus growth; Alumna develops art therapy organization; Tyler celebrates peace with arts-inspired events; Art of Peace festival 2014; Starting off with a bang, Cross country teams sweep par of season-opening meets; Robenalt nominated for NCAA 'Woman of the Year'; Patriot Profile: Volleyball player Kitty Stein; Hungry for more, Volleyball team serving for ASC success following record season; Weather not keeping soccer teams down as new season gets underway; University creates new, condensed honor code; University property vandalized; UT System Chancellor appointed; Shuttle service for Eagle's Laning residents; Interim College of Education and Psychology dean named; Accounting professor receives finance author award; Library Director appointed to Texas Library Board; Police Reports.

Publication Date

Fall 9-9-2014


amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), ALS Ice bucket challenege, rape victim, volunteer hours, Ornelas Hall, park, zumba class, assault, eateries, electronic cigarettes, Patriot Palooza, online degree, University President, Dr. Rodney Mabry, R. Don Cowan Fine and Performing Arts Center, art therapy, Art of Peace, Cross country, Lauren Robenalt, NCAA 'Woman of the Year', Volleyball, Soccer, University honor code, Eagle's Landing, Mary Fscher, Wesley Hickey, Jeanne Standley

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The Patriot Talon (September 9, 2014)



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