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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: Former Israeli Prime Minister to Speak at Cowan Center; Freshman Enrollment Drops from 100 to 85 for Spring '99; Holbrook to Perform Mark Twain Feb. 25; Letter to the Editor: Graduate Student Voices Concerns; Opinion: Valentine's Day Can be Fun for Everyone; Opinion: Are Denny's Discrimination Suits Frivolous?; Opinion: Right of Free Speach Protects All Beliefs; Opinion: TISD Must Make Changes for Safety of Students at School; UTT Security Takes Steps to Aid Safety; Randel Retires After 22 Years of Service; Job Fair Gives Students Future Employment Opportunities; Committee Formed to Award Staff; Workshop Held on Feb. 19 for TESL Students; School of Business has Full Schedule for Spring; UTT Nursing Program Recieves $100,000 Gift; UTT to Hold Minority Business Program; West Side Story Comes to Tyler Junior College; Former Olympic Runner to Speak at UT Tyler; 1999 Azalea Trail Celebration Begins March 19; Activities Planned to Increase Student Involvement at UTT; Cowan Center to Host Several Events in February; Enrollment Up 3.9 Percent Since Spring of 1998; Woodcreek/Parke Way Offer Free Membership for UTT Students; Mabry Announces Longview Campus Location Specifications; UTT Offers New Online Course
University of Texas at Tyler
Distinguished Lecture Series; Valentine's Day; Denny's; Hogg Middle School; Staff Advisory Council Awards Committee; Community Minority Business Advancement Program; Azalea and Spring Flower Trail; Cowan Center; Rodney Mabry; Shimon Peres
University of Texas at Tyler, "The Patriot Vol. 27 no. 8" (1999). The Patriot/Texas Eastern Patriot. 108.