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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: Students Face Building Issue in March Election; Former Graduate Recently Elected Chief of Police; New Office Honored By Open House; Auditorium Recieves New System; Enrollment Increases from Previous Spring; Students Strip to Their Underwear, Attempt to Start Campus Tradition; Company Pays Fee for Parking Lot Delay; A Single Day Gets No Respect; A Different Set of Priorities for Y2K; The Inconvenience of Cell Phones; Review: A Trip to Unk's Shrimp Shack; Student Association Releases Fall Semester Financial Report; Engineering Team Relies on Simplicity; University Rewind A Look Through the Past; Campus Police Report; Formal Dance, Book Swap Scheduled for this Semester; Sportscaster Kicks off Spring Lectures; Business College Presents Job Fair; Accounting Society Collects Cans for Tyler Nonprofit Organizations; Theater Department Annouces Available Auditions for Plays; Meadows Gallery Presents Faculty Art; Student Activities; Colleges Set for Theater Festival; New Staff Members Named to University; Career Corner

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University of Texas of Tyler


Student Association Election; Vaughn Auditorium; Student Services; Distinguished Lecture Series; Greg Gumbel; Gary Swidle; Mark Woodruff; Dr. Dale Lunsford; Beverly Shelton; J. Kyle Dalpe

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The Patriot Vol. 28 no. 6 (7) (2000)