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The official newspaper for Texas Eastern University from 1976 through 1977, before it was changed to the Texas Eastern Patriot. Articles in this issue include: Speech Team Captures Third Place; Student to Coach TEU Basketball Team; Holiday Season a Time for Families, Friends; Theatre Dept. to Pay $50 Damages for Table; Letters to the Editor…; Christmas Brings Excedrin Headaches; 'Red Hot Lovers' a Comment on Life; Administration Tables Referendum Request; Counseling Available to Students, Faculty; Work-Study Students to Recieve Jan. Raise; Convocation Ceremonies Dec. 9; Program Stimulates Student Enjoyment; School of Business Needs More Teachers; Ten Schools Represented at Youth Seminar; Offices Open Unitl 5 PM Dec. 22; Senior to Attend National Convention; Student Fulfills Roles of Mother, Wife, Boss, Student Fees Finance Variety of Areas; Lab Offers Aid to Students; Events Committee Plans Film, Fine Arts Festivals; Students Find TEU Difficult; Changing Conception Explained at Seminar; Employees Consider System; Busson Explains Three-Stage Illness; Captain Says Taste is 'All in Your Mind'; Newsman's Back Attracts TEU Secretary
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Speech Team; Last of the Red Hot Lovers
Texas Eastern University, "Texas Eastern Patriot Vol. 5 no. 6 (1977)" (1977). The Patriot/Texas Eastern Patriot. 14.