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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: How did 9.6 percent increase occur?; Police search for stolen parking tags; University stands in support of awareness; Cowan Center construction scheduled; Nursing building construction complete; Woodruff fills in for Couric tonight; Learning a new language has benefits; Government shutdown hurts more than those furloughed from work; Laying the Groundwork; Taking a step to help the health of others; University seeks volunteers for American Heart Association Tyler Heart Walk; Students walk to fund Chron's disease research; Free speech boards outlet for First Amendment right; Japanese students visit campus; Anonymous drug company give ovarian cancer patient a chance at living longer; Church opens doors door local bands; Piecing Life Together; What would you do with $100,000?; Life of a champion; Hallman receives Male Golfer of the Week honors; Volleyball moves to 5-4 in conference play, 15-6 overall; Cross-Country continues strong start, Place first in Centenary College meet; Men's soccer remains undefeated, women move to 1-1 in conference; Search for Swoop; Center for Ethics revises University honor code

Publication Date

Fall 10-8-2013


Homecoming; Enrollment increase; Swoop (mascot); University Police; Domestic Violence Awareness; Cowan Center; Government shutdown; Language; American Heart Association; Crohn's disease; Nursing; First Amendment; Japanese students; Cancer; Church; Local Bands; Katie Couric; Bob Woodruff; Mark Lewis; Lauren Lindsey; Buddy Hallman; Volleyball; Golf; Cross-Country; Soccer; University Honor Code

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Patriot Talon (October 8, 2013)



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