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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: Reorganization Plan Takes Effect This Fall; Center Experiences Profit; Slow and Steady; Search for Provost Continues: Five Candidates Tour Campus; Nursing Students Given Chance to Practice on Human Subjects; Editorial; My Question Is: Where is the School Spirit; Tyler Moves Toward Tolerance, Understanding; And the Bell Tolls; Nine Students Recognized; Programming Contest Slated for March 9; Evans Resigns from Board; Brazzel Professorship Founded for University; Campus Cafe Scores Positive On County Health Inspection; New Asphalt Planned for HKPE Complex; Prize Winning Steel; Students Take Home Prizes for Art Work; Audience Frightened by Ticket Prices of "Valentine"; Theater Releases Cast List for "Blithe Spirit"; Student Flock to UT From Five State Area for Festival; Football Fans Gain XFL Option; Apache Ladies Strike First Blow; International Tennis Tournament; Slated on Campus; Getting to Know the Leaders: New SGA President Steps Up to the Plate; Grabbing the Reins; Vice President is Ready for the New Challenge; Treasurer Maintains Hectic Pace; Parliamentarian Continues to Serve; Two Debaters Place in Tournament; History Department Offers Travel/Study Courses to Europe for Graduate Students; Library Links
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Cowan Center; Ronald D. Razzel Professorship of Engineering; Annual Association of Computing Machinery High School Programming Contest; J.W. Finn's; PHE Building; Annual Juried Student Exhibition; Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival; Student Government Association; Donald L. Evans; Kim Bush-Tomio
University of Texas at Tyler, "The Patriot Vol. 30 no. 2" (2001). The Patriot/Texas Eastern Patriot. 81.