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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: Library employs focus groups, company for remodel; Alcohol increase on campus, Medders: majority of increase from one party; Student veterans use artwork as medium to express their memories from combat service; Quick war facts you may not know; Student-led initiative falls short of goal; Campaigns cash in on the cause; Study aid drugs not worth the side effects, health concerns; Back to his roots, Students find serenity among nature, deer hunting season starts; University students join East Texas roller derby; The undead takeover Humans vs. zombies returns to campus, zombies win; Behavior intervention to help students; Number One Fan Patriot Nation rewards student for loyalty; 2 sides to every art piece UC gallery used to represent different perspectives of life; Through the eyes of senior Patriots Art seniors create gallery that showcases their work as one; A-listers miss the mark in 'The Counselor'; Up to the challenge? With a new head coach me try to live up to the last season; Lopez-Molinar awarded Offensive Player of the Week; Soccer teams finish season strong; Students prepare concrete canoe for competition; University makes upgrades to Enrollment Services Center

Publication Date

Fall 11-12-2013


Robert R. Muntz Library; Alcohol; Veterans; Artwork; Football; Awareness Campaigns; Study aid drugs; Hunting season; East Texas roller derby; Humans vs. Zombies; Behavioral intervention; Art Gallery; Movie review; Basketball; Soccer; Concrete Canoe; Enrollment Services Center

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Patriot Talon ( November 12, 2013)



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