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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: Pets and alcohol coming to campus, Village at U to close on purchase, new rules for on-campus students; Construction, critters and caution tape, Pharmacy building, ADA compliances disrupt campus; 5 for the 7,500 SAD officer positions filled for 2014-15; 4.7 percent of student body vote for new representatives; Summer classes offer more options; Liberal arts degrees are important; Safe sex is important, take proper precautions; Mainstream media can unite the world population during crisis; Zen Station: A Holistic Haven, Alumnus transforms home into free community center; Psychology of Gender class in high demand across campus; Patriot Days: crawfish, free food & fun; University offers students support services; Student, local event fosters creativity in others; Why 'Frozen' has made movie history; 'Constancy & Contentment', Graduate students art exhibition on display at Meadows Gallery; Slicing the competition, Patriots tennis look to continue their success going into the ASC Championships; Race to the finish line, Track and field poised to repeat as ASC Champions; University to host canoe competition at lake Tyler; Graduation ceremonies, student tickets announced; Police Reports.

Publication Date

Spring 4-22-2014


Pets, alcohol, constuction, Student Government Association (SGA), Ben and Maytee College of Pharmacy, summer classes, student body, SGA Senators, enrollment, Liberal arts degree, Safe sex, Mainstream media, world population, Alumni, Jason Reagan, Zen Station, Psychology of Gender, Election, Online, crawfish, free food, student support services, academic assistance, Art Stroll, final exam schedule, Frozen, Meadows Gallery, Tennis, ASC Championship, Track and Field, Lake Tyler, American Society of Civil-Engineering Regional Concrete Canoe Competion, Graduation, Police Reports, Construction

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The Patriot Talon (April 22, 2014)



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