Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Dirección de Bibliotecas

Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

Mexico City Collegian “The American College South Of The Border”

Vol. 7, No 9.

México, D. F.

jueves 4 de marzo, 1954

Ver ejemplar del jueves 4 de marzo, 1954 en formato PDF (12 páginas).

Página 1

  • MCC Moves To Larger Campus
  • Folk Operetta Scheduled To Open On March 12
  • Five Candidates For M.A.'S. Twenty-Seven For B.A.'S.
  • Students To Start Spring Classes At New Location
  • Plans For Intercollegiate Press Meet Shaping Up

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Meet you on the Terrace will soon be replacing the old cry of "Meet you in the Patio." This group of students is on the spacious terrace of the Administrative Building on the new Mexico City College Campus. Foreground: (L to R) Nan Harris and Heidi Christman; occupying the chair in the center of the picture are (L to R) Sally Delamater, Jim Bradford, Laura Ruman, and K. Peyton Johnson; and in the background: (L to R) Windi Flightner, Joy Goldman, Nancy Nickels and Eddie Rosenfed.
  • Foto 2: Tenor Dick Hermes is threatened by knife-wielding Bill Edney, while Sandra Golden and Perry Cook liil on, as the MCC Chorus rehearses for the forth-coming production, "Down in the Valley". (Paul Durege Photo).

Página 2

  • MCC On The Move
  • 10th Inter-Amercian Conference
  • Overheard on Campus

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: There goes the new psychology Prof.—They say he's hardboiled!

Página 3

  • Murrays To Go on Tour Of Colleges
  • T.I.P.A.
  • Fourteen Indiana Institutions Send Summer Students To MCC
  • Mike Kosinski Wins Grand Prize in Photo Contest
  • Record Exams
  • Art Faculty to Present Exhibit
  • Pam. Am. Cultural Head Speaks To I.A.S. Group
  • Janet Peat Represents College at Shriners Ball

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Taxco Silver Miners: Mike Kosinski's grand prize winning entrv in the 1954 photo contest sponsored by the Pan American Union and Americas magazine.
  • Foto 2: Pulque Worker: "An art value that has all the light struck quality of a Vermeer".
  • Foto 3: Dr. Luis Piazza
  • Foto 4: Janet Peat

Página 4

  • New Production of Players Inc. Scores Succes as Human Comedy
  • College Librarian Reports On American Association Meeting
  • Smorgasborg Expert now Studying Spanish
  • Campus Talent Show Planned For March 7

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: "The Time Of The Cuckoo", currently being staged at the Hotel Nacional, includes in the cast the MCC students shown relaxing on the set, (l to r) Ruth Kaner, Richard Chandler Sullivan, Joseph Predisik, Kathleen Wilson, Henry Works, and (seated) Troy Williams. (Paul Durege Photo).
  • Foto 2: Sverre Tennenberg

Página 5

  • Views of MCC's New Campus

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Sunning Themselves
  • Foto 2: Sunlight streams Into the classrooms.
  • Foto 3: Looking toward the administration building.
  • Foto 4: Trees and flowers surround the class room buildings.
  • Foto 5: Handsome roofed arches connect many of the units.
  • Foto 6: The student lounge opens on a terrace.
  • Foto 7: The proposed student lounge.

Página 6

  • Real <Lost City> Comes To Light In MCC 1954 Field Study

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Striding strongly, Ruth Carter and Jim Oliver arrive at work in Cuilapan. Behind, Paul Reynolds carries heavy improvised surveying pole.

Página 7

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: [East] Yagul palace, above, situated four meters high although core of wall remains and rooted in its ancient adobe.
  • Foto 2: [Archeologist's-eye view, above, of the inevitable gallery, this one [wag] at Cuilapan while students treasure and remove objects of offering.
  • Foto 3: Right, distinguished visitors at Yagul. Lorenzo Gamio, left, and Dr. Ignacio Bernal, second from right, receive Rosa and Miguel Covarrubias, artists and anthropologists, and show them around.
  • Foto 4: Tired but talking shop at end of day are Mel Miller, Dr. Volney Dunklin, Margaret Hawley, Charles Wicke and Dr. Bernal, with two workers listening.

Página 8

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Descending the steps at one of several churches which dot the hill of Tepeyac behind the Basilica of Guadalupe are Mary Catherine Large, Sam Zimmerman, Marion Botsford and Roger Neff.
  • Foto 2: When visiting high points of interest in the city of Mexico, Barbara Goodrich, Nacy Nickels, Florence Armstrong and Jan Durr stop at the National Palace where they are impressed by the work of Diego Rivera, representing the history of Mexico.
  • Foto 3: Mexican Folklore, taught by Fernando Horcasitas, is one of the WQIM student's most popular classes. In this course they learn about village life, markets, festivals, dances, pilgrimages and old legends and myths.
  • Foto 4: Out the Cathedral of Mexico, Dr. Jam es B. Tharp, director of the WQIM group, explains the course the students will take in their tour of the city. Other points of interest were the National Palace, the Board of Education and the Archeological Museum.

Página 9

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: At the temple of Quezalcoatl, Pat Ward, Mary Anne Ruthl, Lorraine Breitmeyer and Nancy Mack see and enormous sculptured serpent, symbolic of this ancion Indian god.
  • Foto 2: Sandra Schermer and Elaine Simon are on their way for a between-class cup of coffee.
  • Foto 3: Visiting Teotihuacan, once a sacred metrpolis, are seen Leslie Lawrence, Rosemary Seidel, Stu Giller, Florence Armstrong and Sam Zimmerman.
  • Foto 4: The Cathedral of Mexico, whose construction was begun in the 16th century, is among the sights seen by Betty Purdy, Sally Delamater, Bob Sudyk, Nancy Gilchrist and Clem Mortashed.
  • Foto 5: Between the feathered serpents carved out of solid rockby the Indians over a thousand years ago and a pyramid build some centuries later are Marion Botsford, Donna Towne and Clem Mortashed.

Página 10

  • Grove Assistant Curator at Colorado Arts Center
  • Vamonos
  • L. A. Alumni Elect Officers, Plan Full Calendar of Events
  • After Twelve Years Elizabeth Aguirre Returns

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Dining Section Of The New Student Lounge at the site of Mexico City College's new campus. Shown in the chartreuse leather upholstered chairs are, (back row) left to right, Dick Cassidy, Adreana Novi, Barbara Goodrich, Patricia McClatchey, Dick Sullivan, (second row) Bruce Faulkner, Chuck Parkyn, Georgia Parkyn. Johnny Endsley is at the extreme right and Gary Frink at extreme left. The huge windows overlook a large sun terrace with an unobstrucred view of wooded ravines with Popocateptl and Ixtaccihuatl in the distance. (Marilu Pease Photo).
  • Foto 2: Richard Grove
  • Foto 3: Chess trophy is awarded to Bob Sato, winner of the Mexico City College Chess Tournament last quarter. The trophy is donated by Alan Seeger Post #2 of the American Legion and presented by Red Mulligan. Chess enthusiasts looking on are Harry Stadie, Art Knutson, Henry Barron, Mike Keogh, Dick Renna, Stan Orrell and Sol Jaffe. Sitting are Bob Sato and Red Mulligan.
  • Foto 4: Elizabeth Aguirre

Página 11

  • Head Pins Leadins In Campus Bowling League
  • Tuesday Night Free Movies Announces For Rest of Term
  • Biggie Munn to Inspect MCC Athletic Program
  • Golf Tourney Starts Monday

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Divot digers get pointers from trants Babe Mihaleck, Bob Mulhern, Herman Crist, golf instructor, before Burt Wikman and Jack Campbell. The start of the MCC gold tournaments. Standing (l to r) are [...] (Chuck Parkyn Photo).
  • Foto 2: Sam de Nicolo, currently high man in the individual ranls of the MCC bowling tournament with a solid 256, is here showing his bowling style.
  • Foto 3: First Place: the "Head Pins" bowling team members who are league leaders ths quarter are (l to r) back row Sam de Nicolo, Henry Barron, John Phillips, front, John Campbell and Ted Cook.

Página 12

  • At Home-Abroad
  • On the Kampus Korner
  • Jarocho Singers
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. 11
  12. 12
  13. 13
  14. 14
  15. 15
  16. 16
  17. 17
  18. 18
  19. 19
  20. 20
  21. 21
  22. 22
  23. 23
  24. 24
Todos los ejemplares
  1. Primera plana
  2. Cabeceras