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The official newspaper for the University of Texas at Tyler from 1979 to 1993. Articles in this issue include: Russian Double Agent Visits Tyler; Justice Prof to Run for Position of Judge; New Tennis Facility to be Ready by Fall; Enrollment Figures Drop After Record Semester; Seminar Examines Abuses of Cocaine; Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship to be Bestowed Upon First Recipient; Students Aid Visually Impaired; CSO Plans Spring Activities; Faculty Increases by Three; 97 Make President's Honor Roll; Marsh Serves School 14 Years; Association Officers Take Oaths; Economic Consultant to Speak; Committees Fight for Improvements; Patriot Profile; Student Life Beats Syndrome; Two Intramural Teams Undefeated; Foundation Addresses Vital Issues; Please Louise; Nationals: 'Ultimate Objective'; Tyler Community Faculty/Student Project Seeks Patrons Not Served by Health Agencies; Caravan Goes to Louisiana; Computer Seminars Scheduled; Log Cabin Reminds Family of Heritage; Taking the Plunge: Check Depth First; Love Buys Cheap Thrills; Students See Love as No Small Affair; Support, Dedication Ease Pressure for Pre-Meds; Student Analyzes Racial Crisis; Movies...Whats Hot and What's Not; Business Selects New Dean; Group Replaces Officers
University of Texas at Tyler
KGB; University Park Hospital Substance Abuse Unit; Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship; Catholic Student Union; Bookstore Advisory Committee; Food Service Advisory Committee; North Tyler Project; Economic Policy Advisory Board; Office of Continuing Education; Apartheid
University of Texas at Tyler, "UT Tyler Patriot Vol. 14 no. 2" (1986). The UT Tyler Patriot. 89.