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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: Rebounding after cancer; Waiting approval for tuition increase; Freshman student moves forward with life after three years of fighting cancer, shares her outlook; 27 open seats in spring election; Campus to get hot water again? Dr. Mabry to review budget requests this week, changes to come; Offer made on Village at the U; Don't be so judgemental of millennials; News outlets focus too much on international news;Required, structured college classes are not right for everyone; 'Good instincts' University nursing student aids SXSW crash victims; First generation college students excel in the classroom; The Classroom Experience: A look into the classroom of a music major; Classrooms bring students love for music to life; Police Reports; Nationally recognized Debate team places 16th; Exhibit raises awareness of Bosnian genocide; Fashion for a cause, Style show benefits nonprofit fighting modern day slavery; Spring brings a variety of artistic events to Tyler; 'Is art worth a human life?' Robert Edsel explains history of Monuments Men at Cowan Center; Within a stone's throw, Senior Buck Thompson close to another ASC Championship; A tale of two seasons, Softball ranks in top-5 in the nation, baseball under .500; Biology department receives grant to study crayfish; Awards to recognize outstanding student leaders, organizations
Cancer, tuition increase, Student Government Association (SGA), budget requests; hot water; millenials; international news; college classes; South by Southwest (SXSW), Michael Powell, First generation, music major, Police reports, Debate team, Make-A-Wish Program, Bosnian Genocide, Robert R. Muntz Library, Fashion Show, The End It Movement, Refuge of Light, Art events, Monuments Men, R. Don Cowan Center, Buck Thompson, ASC Championship, Softball, Baseball, Biology department, grant, crayfish, Dr. Robert Jones Leadership award, Awards Ceremony
University of Texas at Tyler, "Patriot Talon (April 1, 2014)" (2014). The Patriot Talon/The Patriot. 203.