Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Dirección de Bibliotecas

Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

Mexico City Collegian

Vol. VI, No 7.

México, D. F.

miércoles 18 de marzo, 1953

Página 1

  • First Mexico Alumni Meeting Draws Over 150 Ex-MCCers
  • Weckmann Gets Diplomatic Post
  • Mrs. Murray Does Paper For UNESCO
  • Geology Experts Complete Survey
  • Celebrities Continue Coming To College Social Affairs
  • Xirau's New Book In Print

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: The hour of reckoning is upon us and the preparations are frantic, indeed. Co-ed Nancy Nida cracks the books and checks her notes. Let the profs do their worst, she stands ready. And you?
  • Foto 2: Organizing committee members, selected during the recent alumni meeting in the San Luis Patio are shown looking on as Henry Pinckes (left), chairman of the committee, addresses the group. L. to r., Henry Pinckes, chairman; Rosalie Hale; Dick Arzae; Pat Carter; Forrest Gillet; and Sidney Thurman.

Página 2

  • Que Les Vaya Bien
  • Fifteen Candidates For Master of Arts Degree
  • From The Dean's Desk

Página 3

  • Campus Below The Border Featured From Coast To Coast
  • Elsa Larumbe To Radcliffe
  • New Course At Writing Center
  • Economic Adviser Speaks To LAES
  • Some Student Opinions On Stalin's Death

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Dolores Del Río, First Lady of the Mexican film industry, and acclaimed as the most beautiful woman in the world, will be at the Mexico City College Spring Mixer dance on April 17.
  • Foto 2: Members of the bowling league, left to right sitting, Carl Meyer, R. Hernández, Joe Klein, Don Powell, Francois Petot, Arnold Salcedo, Marvin Gray, and Frank Core; seated, Oadi Lichty, Gloria Schieusener, Rita Domínguez, Charles Nash, and Charles Dantiacq.

Página 4

  • Early Zaachila Reports Prove Greatly Exaggerated; Excavation To Continue

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Robert Wiley, far left, and Howard Brunson, far right, aid in lifting stone door of Tomb 172 from pit at Monte Albán.
  • Foto 2: Even while making a sale, women of Teposcolula never stop weaving their baskets.
  • Foto 3: Classic Zapotec urn found in tomb at Macuilxóchitl by... [geolo]gy field workers. In sprite of the great age, the piece was in nearly perfect condition.
  • Foto 4: Heidi Christman brushes dirt of 1,000 years from Zapotec urn at Macuilxóchitl.
  • Foto 5: Dr. Ignacio Bernal, left... and Vera Snyder aids while Bill Kenyon removed... Tomb 172 at Monte Albán. By Brunson photo

Página 5

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Into the pit goes John Paddock with brush and icepick when picks and shovels encounter traces of a skeleton.

Página 6

  • Beauteous Co-eds From Ohio Feel At Home In Mexico
  • Barbara Birilli Comes From Line Of Champion Swimmers.
  • De Hoyos At Bellas Artes In April

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Francisco de Hoyos
  • Foto 2: Charlotte Katz
  • Foto 3: Selena Kamen
  • Foto 4: Jere Peffer
  • Foto 5: Dellie Grossnickle
  • Foto 6: Lee Futhey

Página 7

  • Wasson Carries Acetylene Torch
  • OSU Coeds Like MCC
  • The "Sweetest" Man In School
  • Skipper Llewellyn Beached At MCC

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Barney Wasson working on a piece of metal sculpture with the use of the acetylene torch. This method of sculpture has come to the fore rapidly within the last several years.
  • Foto 2: Joyce Burch
  • Foto 3: Eldon Malcom
  • Foto 4: Harriet Haynes
  • Foto 5: Bill Llewellyn

Página 8

  • Art News
  • Studio Stages Producing Three Original One-acts

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Ilse Sternberger
  • Foto 2: Spring Drama Festival directors confer over production plans for Studi Stages' "The Return of Arthur" and "A Family Affair", first and second prizewinners in recent MCC Drama Contest, Earl Sennett (right), head of Drama Dept., and Stan Frenzel (left), of Boston, Buffalo, and Hollywood will direct the two plays, respectively (Photo by Marilu Pease).
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