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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: 3 Year Degree program to be New Option for Freshmen; ‘It’s’ Just not Fair’; Student Launches Petition to Save Brother’s Life; New Standards Could Phase out Low-producing Fields of Study; Toll 49 Could Commute Time; Route Might Help Students Who Live West of Tyler; Spend Time Wisely to Avoid Regret; Stressing About the Title Things are Recipe for Disaster; Don’t Take Yourself too Seriously; Humor can be the Best Medicine; Vocalist Fulfills Passion, Performs with Patriot Singers; Student Looks to Showcase Oldest Books in Muntz Library; '21 & Over' a Fun, Chaotic Comedy; Celtic Dancers Take the Cowan Center Stage; APEX Brings Acting Classes, Performances to Tyler; All-American Cronin Earns Hitting Record; Patriots Blast ASC Opponents; Tennis Men Jump to No. 10 after Spring Break Victories; Freshman Golfer Leads Women to Finish 5th at Jekyll Invitational; Coach Reed reached Milestone: 400 Career Wins; Track Win Team Titles at Randle Classic; Patriots Earn Early Lead in the ASC East; For the Love of Turtles; Biology Lecturer Devotes Career to Teaching, Field Work; Huzzah! Fair Brings Historic Europe to Texas; Spiritual Expression; Art Major Uses More than 6,000 Paper Plates Thesis Project; Leadership Society Reaches Out to Campus Community

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University of Texas at Tyler


Accelerated degree; Morgan Blake, traffic; singers; Candice Dugat, historical society; archives; route; Seth Blake; drink; acting school; Joey Cronin; Daniel Brown; golf; Laura Lindsey; Marc Randle Classic; NCAA; baseball; Jessica Coleman; Renaissance festival; thesis exhibition; National Society of Leadership and Success; Sigma Alpha Pi

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Patrtiot Talon ( March 19, 2013)



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