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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: National Survey Shows University Tops in 'Supportive Environment'; SIFE Continues Community Work, Entrepreneurship; Adored Chemistry Prof Found Dead in Home; Patriots win ASC Tournament Championship with Shutout Victory over UT Dallas Comets; University Bans bus Parking on Campus; three Lots to Close for UC Expansion; "Get Smart" with Anne Hathaway and Steve Carell in an Action Comedy; Read About Dennis' High School Love Before it Hits Theaters in Summer 2009; Survival Techniques for the Economic Rapture; Featured on Oprah: David Foster's Concert Album; Mi6 Spy James Bond Returns in "Quantum of Solace"; 17 Kids and Counting: Duggar Family on Television; Old Omen Crosswalk Needs Serious Overhaul for Student's Safety; Human Rights Should be top of the Agenda; Lack of Letters Leaves Talon Editor Scratching his Head; Model UN Group Competes in Oxford; Sirius XM Faces Daunting Challenges for Merger; BCS System Still Best fit for NCAA; Runner Finds Family in Patriots; Patriots Ready to Run in Regionals; Men Hope to Advance to Nationals; Volleyball Falls Short of Upset in First Round; Women's Soccer fall to Hardin-Simmons in Semifinals of Conference Tournament; Many Blacks Hope Obama Election Will Begin to Shatter Stereotypes; Obama Pledges Quick Action After Inauguration to Tackle Economic Crisis

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University of Texas at Tyler


Student-faculty; Student Engagement; Students In Free Enterprise; soccer; Taylor; diaper runners; Meguri Hayakawa; sidewalks; speed limit; NSSE; Oxford; United Nations; radio; cross country; Philbert Mutuyimana; Bowl Championship; LSU

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The Patriot Talon Vol. 40 Issue 10 (2008)



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