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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: Fine Art Center Still in Works; Supek's Leap Not So Big; Curtis Strange Signs to Eisenhower; AACSB Approves Plan for Accredidation; Comedy Nite Tonight Only; Schools Breed Mediocrity; Female Sexism is Double Standard; Body Armor is Best Gun Control; Clinton Must Preserve China Status; Hate Crimes Law Must be Practiced; Old Age, Great Services Cause High Health Care Costs--Not Unjustified Malpractice Suits; Veal Eaters Bite Into Meaty Ethical Issue; Philadelphia is More Love Story than AIDS Movie; La Ronde Opens Feb. 18, Continues Drama Season; CDC Lab Offers Programs for Tots, Preschoolers; New UTT Graduate Student Honored for Paper Entry; Ground Breaking Date to be Set By Board of Regents in June; Intensive English Class Offered; MCSLC Set for 25th; Arias to Close Series; Nature Trail Ready for Student Use; Golf Tourney Attracts Stars; Netter Comes Up Short Early, Finishes Tourney Strong; Men Dominate OBU Tourney
University of Texas at Tyler
Fine and Perfoming Arts Complex; American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Businesses; MFN Status; East Texas Gay and Lesbian Alliance; University Child Development Lab; Black History Month; Multicultural Student Leadership Conference; Ouichita Baptist Tournament; Dr. Olga Supek; Rev. Dr. David Galloway
University of Texas at Tyler, "The Patriot Vol. 21 no. 9" (1994). The Patriot/Texas Eastern Patriot. 116.