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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: UTT Theatre Ends One Show, Begins Next Performance; 'Tribute' Touted as Exceptional; 'Doctor' to Open April 18, Will Run Two Weekends; Bush Proposal May Cut Student Financial Aid; Anti-War Activities Vow to Press Related Issues; Desert Storm Dooms Demos; International Enrollment is Climbing Rapidly; UT Tyler Student Survey; Drug Use Among College Students Down; Illicit Drug Rate Lower, but Alcohol Still Rates High; Student Performs in Brickstreet Play; Further Evidence of Decline in Substance Abuse; Not Too Late For Trip; 'Cook', 'Exit', Adults Only Videos; McMahan Lives Bit of History; HSA to Meet Tomorrow; Student Vows to Continue Efforts for an On-Campus Abortion Clinic; Campus Calendar; Protesters Uneasy About Future Declarations of War

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The Doctor in Spite of Himself; Persian Gulf Cease-fire; Institute of International Education; Midtown Arts Center; Handicapped Student Association; The Texas Rifles; Alex Tyra; Dr. Richard Krasno; Pvt. Larry McMahan; Donna Hamby

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The UT Tyler Patriot Vol. 18 no. 10



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