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The first official newspaper of the institution, it describes the early classes, events, and scholarships on the campus. Articles include: Texas Speaker of House Clayton Scheduled for TEU Commencement; Teamwork, Spirit, Attitude Cited as Steady Progress Factors by Austin; Circle K Meeting Scheduled in Attempt to Reactivate Club; New HPE Facility Discussed at Board of Regents Meeting; Reorganization Under Way for Student Council; Independance Main Topic of Symposium Program; Dr. Pat Gajda TEU Nominee for 1976 Top Teacher Award; Ubbelohde Address Opens Bicentennial Symposium; Inauguration Ceremonies Set for Dr. James H. Stewart, Jr.; Entrances Checked on Night Rounds; Navy Band to Present Two March 13 Concerts; Communication Lab Available for Student Usage; TEU Police Office Moves into New Headquarters; Health equipment convenient for Student Exercise; University Department Realignment OKd; Student Tickets for Musical '1776'; Dr. Linda Keeling Named to TEU Nursing Department; Wise Award to be Presented at End of Spring Semester; Biology Professor to Serve on Entomological Society; Mascot Naming Advances to Final Stage; Coffee Breaks to Offer More Comfort at New Site; Students Create Unusual 'Uncle' as Contest Entry; Financial Aid Still Available; 29 Named to Fall '75 President's Honor Roll; Area High School Students Hear Bicentennial Discussion; Flaggers Take 3rd: Cage Squad Holds 5-6 Season Mark
Tyler State College
Bicentennial Symposium; '1776' musical; mascot naming
Tyler State College, "The Tyler Statesman Vol. 3 no. 3" (1976). The Tyler Statesman. 4.