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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: Investigation Suggests SGA Violated Own Election Code; SGA Candidates; Untersee Promoted to Vice President; O'Keeffe Named New Provost; Cowan Center Launches Membership Program; Pay Telephones Not Cost Efficient, Southwestern Bell Tells University; Editorial; Acquiring Financial Aid is a Few Steps Away; Letter to the Editor; Eminem's Messages Meant to Create Contraversy; How Do You Feel About the Pay Phones Being Taken From Campus?; Police Arrest TJC Student, Recover Stolen Property; Grand Jury Investigating Theft of University Tractor; Speeding Concerns Prompt Request for Radar Equipement; SGA Plans Formal, Dean Talks to Group; Campus Police Report; Christmas in March; Nursing Students, Mentors Honored for Volunteering; University Gets New Counselor for Recruitment; Students Get 6 Credit Hours While Visiting Mexico, Learning Culture; Education Honor Society Sponsors Fair for Champions for Children; Alan Keyes Discusses Americans Losing Their Rights; One Crown to Go: Apache Ladies Capture Region XIV Title, Four Victories From National Championship; Tourney Shines Despite Washouts; Automobile Leasing: Another Way to Have the Car You Want; Flannery, Roe Run for Vice President; Hamrick, Hong Vie for Treasurer; Three Officer Races Remain Uncontested; Freshman Running for Senator in Uncontested Race; Eight Contest Engineering, Computer Sciences Position; Three Business, Technology Senators Uncontested; One Candidate Running for Arts, Sciences Senator; Pre-Med Student Running Unopposed for Health Sciences Senator; Money Hungry

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University of Texas at Tyler


SGA Election; Distinguished Lecture Series; Kappa Delta Pi; Dr. David O'Keefe; Jim Huggler; John Leo; Dr. Alan Keyes; Carla Gonzalez; Jeff Morrison; Coston Chambers

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The Patriot Vol. 30 no. 2 (4) (2001)