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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: Supporting others to leave the past behind; UT System approves purchase; Steal Kill and Destroy empowers students, alumni, community members to overcome life troubles; New dining to come close to campus; SGA completes safety assessment Security cameras, wildlife, lights raise concern; Should Texas legalize marijuana?; No, it's not worth all the heartache; Yes, the state will benefit from it; Legalize it or not, marijuana still has consequence; The Final Presentation:University alumnus finds career in death industry by serving families, preparing the deceased for burial; What happens after you die: myths and facts; The Classroom Experience: Art classrooms offer many unique opportunities; Stay in your pajamas, take online college classes for free; For artists, by artists: Artists Nation brings different mediums together to promote the East Texas art scene; Academy Awards: Breaking down the Best Picture nominees; Career of Passion: Professors devote time to expanding their artwork, inspiring students; 18 wins! Women tie school record for wins in a season; four conference games remain; Back in the swing of things, Despite an 0-3 start, Patriots determined to repeat as ASC champions; Patriot Profile: King awarded ASC Player of the Week for stellar play; Which player deserves MVP? Kevin Durant or Lebron James; Slann semifinalist for president position in N.D.; On3-stop shop upgrades prove to be efficient;

Publication Date

Winter 2-11-2014


Steal Kill and Destroy, purchase, dining, support group, Student Government Association (SGA), saftey assessment, marijuana, death industry, art major, support, apartment, online college classes, Police Reports, Lost and Found, artists, Artists Nation, Academy Awards, Basketball, Baseball, Brittany King, Kevin Durant, Lebron James, Dr. Martin Slann, One-stop shop

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The Patriot Talon (Feburary 11, 2014)



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