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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: Ainsworth Steps Up; Four-Day School Week Scheduled; Police Arrest Artist for Anti-War Graffiti; Officials Anticipate Parking Fee Increase; Proposed Permit Costs; Committee to Consider Closing Campus to Students After Hours; Editorial; Ya Ain't Just Whistling Dixie-Chick; New War Promotes Soldier's Success in Battle; Campus Voice; Secretary Candidates Tout Qualities; Seven of 11 SGA Races Uncontested; Five Candidates Vying for Three Senate Seats; SGA Election Code; Sherman Named Athletic Represenative; Chemical Lab Spill Prompts Evacuation; Principle Partnership Pairs University, TISD; Patel Wins First Place in Debate Competition; Forbes Addresses Nearly-Packed House; Bands, Fans, Venues Flock to Texas Capital for Top-Notch Festival; Preliminary Cowan Center Reports Show Seven Profit Makers, Two Losses in Season; Two Feet Above the Rest; Sign Spells Out Sound Advise; Rocker's Ex-Jeep Offers Wild Ride; To Dissect an Animal or Not Dissect and Animal, that is the Question; How the Battle was Won; Chess Playing Youngster Ahead of Game; Utilikilt Pays Tribute to Heritage, Provides 'Comfort'; Police Reports; Five Apply for Parking Lot Patrol Assignments; Score Board; University Faces Challenge in Division I Chicago; Practice Makes Perfect; Cheerleader Tryouts Set April 11-12; Golf Team Fights Season of Rain, Fog; Electric Pickup: Student Alters Energy Source; Budget Cuts Addressed at Luncheon Discussion; Latin Club Performs World-Wide Play; Who's Who Lists 24 University Students; Prospective Freshman Invited to University

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University of Texas at Tyler


University Safety Committee; Student Services Fee Advisory Committee; SGA; Cowan Center; Twisted Sister; Lysistrata; Patriot Preview Day; David A. Dunham; Loree Ainsworth; Kimberley Hill

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The Patriot Vol. 33 no. 10 (12) (2003)