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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: Amendments up for Vote; University Says SGA not Public; Snow Day to Slow Day; E-mails Critical of Greeks; Hill Appointed to Fill Seat Vacated by Resignation; SGA Package Promotes More Trouble than Worth; God's Little Patient Takes His Medicine; Reality Presidential Politics Lacks Real Issues; Professor Bids Writer Respect; Artist Demonstrates Techniques; Video Game Simple, Yet Entertaining; Veterans Share Memories; Medieval Times Return; Childcare Centers Stir Classroom Creativity; Denver Teacher to Present two Lectures Friday on Art History; Nanotechnology Work Recognized; Student Potters assist Empty Bowls Event; Be Differential; Rebate Rewards Speedy Graduates; Kiepke Announces Senate Resignation; Debate Team Wins Fulbright Sweepstakes; Regents Appoint Krier Board's Vice Chairman; University Promotes Contest to Name Student Apartments; Olivier Takes Job at Faulkner; Patriots Split Doubleheader; Basketball Teams end 1st Season; Expectation Levels Higher for Athletes
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Account, Archives, "The Patriot Vol. 34 No.10 (2004)" (2004). The Patriot/Texas Eastern Patriot. 128.