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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: Planning our Future, University officials prepare three construction projects to start in spring; University awaits appraisal on the Village at the U; Stress Relief activities offered to students; Commercial businesses to build near University; Library offers fine forgiveness in exchange for donated food; Hunting provides benefits for environment; Need a new holiday tradition? Stay inside on New Year's Eve; From mourning widow to inspiring advocate, Wife of drunk driving victim becomes spokesperson for MADD; Muslim community reaches out to University students; Campus ranked sixth in state for vets; University seeks cancer survivors for research ; Police reports; Learning services offered for autistic children; Doctors in training, University alumni, students prepare for careers as medical professionals; Looking back at 2013; Light up the Season, 10 must-see festive events around East Texas; Nutcracker: twirling into reality, TJC Academy of Dance performs a breathtaking rendition at Cowan center; Turning things around, New head coach, players revitalize women's basketball; Humphrey named ASC Player of the Week; Rec Sports surveys student body for program expansion; Beer, Faith & Family, Smith County's first brewery gets final approval to open in Tyler

Publication Date

Winter 12-10-2013


Construction, Student Government Association (GSA), Robert R. Muntz Library, Hunting season, New Year's Eve, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Muslim Student Association, Stress, Veterans, Cancer research, Police Reports, Autism, Medical School, Dental School, 2013, Holidays, Nutcracker, Cowan Center, Basketball, She'Cara Humphrey, Recreational Sports, Brewery, Smith County

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Patriot Talon ( December 10, 2013)



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