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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: This is all she can physically see & still plays better than you; Progress made on purchase; Tennis player continues to lose eyesight because of retinal disease, still competes on the court; Construction to start next month; Waiting in line for the treadmill a problem? University officials debate whether HPC too small for campus; Is your personal information safe with the University?The Power of Identity; We can make equality happen, it just takes a little teamwork; Women should love their bodies instead of objectifying them; Self-acceptance needed for African Americans to progress; The Classroom Experience: The Beat of nursing students, Program designed to give hands-on experience in unconventional classroom; New program helps local students forget past, succeed; Black student rate at 10 percent, Feb. Black History Month; Biology graduate student travels to Europe for wildflower research; Blak-uh n-hwahyt, Black-and-white art coming to Meadows Gallery; From upbeat to intense, Alumnus' band foreshadows the growth of Tyler's music scene; Worthy of Oscar Gold, Unique films in the running to win Best Picture of the year; Softball undefeated, Patriots start season 9-0; Tennis on point, win first four series of spring season; Women win ASC regular season, will host Conference tourney Friday; Baseball stumbles out of the gate, loses last two games on Saturday to fall to 3-6; Patriot Profile: Junior Kelleher named ASC Player of the Week; The starting 5 Women's basketball; Dean 1 of 3 finalists for N.D. president search; South Korean teachers experience American culture in Tyler
Candyce Henwood, Village at the U apartments, purchase, The Ben and Maytee Fisch College of Pharmacy, construction, Tennis, personal information, Herrington Patriot Center, Gender identity, self-acceptance, nursing students, Ambassadors of Compassion, Black History Month, Biology, wildflower research, Village, Rec, Pharmacy, Meadows Gallery, Music scene, Alumni, Oscar nominations, Softball, Basketball, Baseball, Harry Kelleher, Dr. Martin Slann, South Korean, American Culture
University of Texas at Tyler, "The Patriot Talon (Feburary 24, 2014)" (2014). The Patriot Talon/The Patriot. 205.