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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: A Different Perspective; Student Ticket policy changes; Campaign for change; University student runs for Justice of the Peace; University responds to system push for healthier lifestyle; Purchase of Village at the U student housing a possibility; Don't believe myths about libertarians; Know your facts before taking side on Affordable Care Act; Rape culture is a serious concern; Candy Man; Coming out celebrates, hate crime victim remembered; Campus crime data; University dean honored as Educator of the Year; Chemistry graduates score top 6 percent in nation; Sites that go bump in the night; Cosplayers unite for Tyler Comic Con; Giving back to help their community; Wootton only gets better with age; Freshman setter wins Offensive Player of the Week; Soccer teams each go 2-2 in last two weeks; Patriot Madness introduces 2013-14 basketball teams to fans; Undead apocalypse Humans vs. Zombies returns to campus; University offers less conventional graduate programs;

Publication Date

Fall 10-22-2013


Homecoming; Cowan Center; International Students; Justice of the Peace; Healthy Lifestyle; Libertarians; Affordable Care Act; Rape Culture; Steve Farmer; Gay and Straight Alliance (GSA); Nicholas West; Crime Data; Police Reports; Educator of the Year; Chemistry; Killough Monument; McClendon House; Camp Ford; Terror Nights Haunted House; Gilbert's El Charro #1; Tyler Comic Con; Cosplay; East Texas Day charity drive; Chris Wootton; Rebecca Floyd; Soccer; Basketball; Humans vs. Zombies; Graduate programs

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Patriot Talon (October 22, 2013)



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