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The official newspaper for the University of Texas at Tyler before it was changed back to. Articles in this issue include: Students Bus to Hollywood for Deal; Home from War; Ratliff’s, Officials Dedicate Science Complex; SGA Surveys Students About Met Cafe Prices; First Latino History Class Offered in Spring Semester; Wind Ensemble Unable to Travel to Carnegie Hall in New York Because of Funding Issues; Easy Thanksgiving Recipe’s for College Students on the go; Pumpkin Treasure Teacakes; Better Than Grandma’s Dressing; Thanksgiving not Just U.S. Tradition; Thrift Store Cowboys More than All Good; ‘Flags’: Honest Depiction of Post War Life of Iwo Jima Veterans; Man of La Mancha’ Delivers Classic Tale of Heroism to Open Broadway Series at Cowan; Fall Comedies: Laughs Back in Full Force with Three New Television Shows; Adams Talks About True Crime; Costume Contest in UC Brings out Creativity; Police Blotter; Chemistry Certification; BSM to Hold Prayer Meeting; Campus Dinning Survey; Basketball Returning Champs Welcome Some New Faces; Patriots Fall to UT Arlington in Pre-season; Patriot Soccer Scores with 14 Named to All-Conference Teams; Five Patriots Volleyball Team Members Named to ASC All-Conference Team; Internet Game Creates Culture Vacuum; Cyberspace Phenomenon 'Second Life' Allows Users to Buy and Sell Intangible Objects; Saddam Verdict Prompts Unity Between Rival Political Parties; Campus Voice; U.S. Government Needs Power to Intercept Calls; Hypnotist Rich Ames Wows Audience In University Center;

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University of Texas at Tyler


Deal or No Deal; NBC; Student's Army; Veterans Day; World War; Play; Halloween Costume Contest; BSM; Newcomers; Fans in the Stands; Diaper Run; Hypnosis

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Patriot Talon Vol. 38 Issue 6 (2006)



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