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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:Police Search for Arsonist; State Money to Fund New Campus, Expansion; Students; faculty Mourn Sept. 11 Victims; University Students Debate Sex Assault Controversy; UT Tyler Ranked 15th Among Public Schools; New Graduation Schedule to Take Affect in December; Professor Turn Writing Instruments Into Art; Speedy Dating: Dating Session for Friday to Benefit Organizations; King to Appear at Cowan Center; Young People Remember Sept. 11, Day of Infamy; Billy Joe Shaver: Still Trucking Strong at 67; Sam's Place Offers retreat from Bars; Steering Clear of the Same Old fast Food at Quality Cost; "World trade Center" and "Invincible" Inspire and Uplift Audiences; Students Arrested at U-Pines for Drug Possession; Week of Festivities Planned to Honor Constitution; New Property Should Allow for University Expansion, Growth; Sixth Patriot player Signs Contract; Patriot Volleyball Perks up After Recent Victory; Patriots Move up at Home; Men's Soccer Lives up to Hype with Wins at Home and Away; Cross Country Dominates Meet; Honor American Heroes Every Day; Analyzing Liberal Tactics; Looking Past Personal Image , Self-Importance; Demolition prompts Search for New Routes; Sims Temporarily Takes Reins of University Advancement; Introducing the 2006 Ut Tyler Alumni Association Board of Directors

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University of Texas at Tyler


Arson Fire; Palestine Campus; 9/11; Ornelas Dedicated; CARE Program; Fountain Pens; Dear Pat; Financial Management Association; Students in Fee Enterprise; Faculty Awards; Movie Review; Amendment; Ratliff Engineering Complex; Baseball; American Southwest Conference

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Patriot Talon Vol. 38 Issue 2 (2006)



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