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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: University Recieves Many Aliases Over the Years; Development Office Impacts Entire Campus' Well-Being; Harvey Lake Accentuates Park-Like Qualities of Campus; Robert R. Muntz Library: A Historical Faciltiy for Student Information; Cowan Center Dedicated in Honor of Arts; Braithwaite Recital Hall Welcomes Theater, Music; Love of Art; Spence Plaza: Newest Addition to Faciltiy; Vaughn, Largest Auditorium on Campus, Seats 2,000 for Performances at Cowan; Jack and Dorothy Fay White Lobby Offers Comfort, Artwork to Cowan Center Visitors; Summers Tennis Center Provides Room for Recreational Activity; Three Families Donated Land for University, Building Honors Them; Longview, Palestine Campuses Give Commuters Easier Access to School; Riter Millennium Bell Tower to be Completed February; More Projects to Come in Campus Master Plan
University of Texas at Tyler
Mike Harvey Lake; Hudnall-Pirtle-Roosth Building; Maurine Muntz; Frances Cowan-Gibson; Ralph Spence; Dr. Jim Vaughn; Dick and Betty Summers; J.S. Hudnall; George W. Pirtle; Isadore Roosth
University of Texas at Tyler, "The Patriot Vol. 29 Special Section (2000)" (2000). The Patriot/Texas Eastern Patriot. 84.