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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: Growth Prompts New Parking Rules; Remembering the Victims; Tennis Clinches Conference Title; Advising: Ironing out Some Old, New Wrinkles; Students Need ‘Final’ Break; Childhood Discipline Leads to Personal Responsibility; Pomp and Circumstance; The Long History of Academic Dress: the Cap and Gown; Veteran Reporter and Author Takes Time Off From Research to Speak at Commencement; Former Patriot Adviser Retires; Debate Team Finishes Third for Season; Thirty Participate in Day of Silence; New Student Advocacy Group Launches in Fall at University; Professor Studying Energy, Snake Development; End of the School Year Music Review: A Little bit of Ranting and Raving and a Slew of Perfect Summer Road Trip; “Are We Done Yet?” Valid Title; Poi: Students use Ancient Combat Technique to Relieve Stress of School, Entertainment; Home-schooled Students Don’t Always fit Stereotype; Provost: On Family, Job, Being Color Blind; Students Reject Service Fee Increase by 207-172 Vote; Model UN Pass All 13 Resolutions in New York; Police Reports; Patriots Finish Best Season Ever at 37-1; Provisional Period Ends After Semester; Golf Wins LeTourneau Spring Golf Classic; Patriots Deserve a Chance at the Postseason; Bizot Excited About Coaching the Patriots; Softball Hits 30 wins; Darr Throws no-hitter

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University of Texas at Tyler


On-campus residents parking; ASC East Division; shooting plan; degree plans; dead week; Dr. Joe Loftin; Varsity Division Team; GLBT people; ISU’s research; Student Advocacy Group; town hall; movie review; fire poi; CrossFire Fire; Dr. Richard Osburn; ASC East Champion; baseball; NCCA; basketball coach

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Patriot Talon Vol. 38 Issue 13 (2007)



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