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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: All Saints Students Rise to Top of Heap in Contest; New Bills Sent to House, Committee Will Vote on Fees; Officials Expect New Traffic Light to Improve Safety Conditions; Colleges Lose Senators; Campus Clubs Compete for Cash, Matthews Creates Point System; Letter to the Editor; Balance of Church, State is Bushwhacked, Taxes Feed Churches; Fashion Parade: Predictions for the Future; Area High Schools Compete in Scrap Pile Challenge; Area High Schools Compete in Scrap Pile Challenge; New Officers for Nursing Association Selected After a One-Week Election; Senators Removed from Office, Baggett Appointed to Position; Hard at Work; Alan Keyes to Speak at Cowan Center; Pat Green, David Allen Coe Draw Energetic Crowd with Texas Music Revolution Style; Theater Festival Begins; Students Display Work at ACTF Competition; Distinguished Lecturers Student Session; Tillis Takes Charge of Defeating National Champs; TJC Remains Unbeaten in Conference; Are You Safe on Campus? Professional Tips to Helps Students Stay Aware; Officials Grant Presidential Funds for Summer Research; Writing Center Opens on Longview Campus; Student Wins Cash, Outlasts Competitors; Police Check Assault Attempt, Newspaper Questions Report
University of Texas at Tyler
All Saints Episcopal School; Scrap Pile Challenge; Distinguished Lecture Series; American College Theater Festival; Think Fast; Leo Berman; Mark Matthews; Brandy Baggett; Alan Keyes; Trenia Tillis
University of Texas at Tyler, "The Patriot Vol. 30 no. 3" (2001). The Patriot/Texas Eastern Patriot. 80.