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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: Clark's Out, Compton's In; Conflicting Constitutions Up Confusion Walk of Life; LUC Director Resigns from the 'Best Job I Ever Had."; School Hours Make for Frenzied Editor; Internet Provides Way on Ruining Films; Student Transfers to Find more Fulfilled Major; Men Challenge Nursing Stigma; Men: Schools Tap Overlooked Demographic; Student Actor Digs Deep for Captivating New Role; Debate Team Practices Speech Craft; Fall Fest October and Alcohol Awareness Week; Theater Department Presents Student-Written Plays; LUC Upgrading Student Lounge; Concessions Take a Stand on Campus; Davis Recieves Spotlight Award; Subway Tops University Market Niche; Police Release Partial Crime Statistics for 2003; Assault Suspect May be Expelled; Student Circumvents Copyright Protection; Fighting Soccer Mom Cited; Weekly Horoscope; '80s Fashion: Decade to Turn Up Again?; No. 1 Patriots Seek USCAA Title; Tournament Challenges Women; V-Ball Players Eyeing Victory; Racing for Fulfillment in the Fellowship of Fools; SGA Plans 'Meet and Greet Week; Basketball Teams Begin Workouts; Patriot Center Selected for Volleyball Tourney
University of Texas at Tyler
Distinguished Lecture Series; Student Government Association; Longview University Center; the Theater Department; Freshman Spotlight Award; Subway; Wesley Clark; Ann Compton; Dr. Jolene Lampton; Christopher Taylor
University of Texas at Tyler, "The Patriot Vol. 34 no. 4" (2003). The Patriot/Texas Eastern Patriot. 36.