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The official newspaper for the University of Texas at Tyler before it was changed to the Patriot Talon. Articles in this issue include: Heckmann Resigns, Takes Next Career Step; New Bell Tower Planned to Ring by End of 2000; Neilsen Plays Serious Role for a Change; Musical Drama Scheduled for End of Week; Professor Slates Dec. 9 Lecture on Azerbaijan; Campus Voice; Who Cares About Y2K-I'm Getting My Diploma; I'll Take Fame and Maybe Even Travel I don't Know-What do You Think?; Speech Groups Deliver Final Project; Campus Intramural Events Continue in New Semester; University Experiences Recycling Woes; Instructor Traveled to Turkey for Seminar; Nominations for Faculty Awards Due Dec. 10; Fall Final Exam Schedule; First Oge Professorship in Art Awarded to Pace; Association Officer Organizing Childcare Directory for Students; University Hires New Cowan Center Director, President's Special Assistant; University Choir Lacks Recognition on Campus, Finds it Elsewhere; Students Benefit From State Theatre Festival; Career Corner

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University of Texas at Tyler


School of Visual and Performing Arts; Cowan Center; Y2K; Tyler Solid Waste Department; Chancellor's Council Teaching Award; Piper Foundation Award; Mark Heckmann; Leslie Neilsen; Dr. Lisa Starnes

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The Patriot Vol. 28 no. 6 (1999)