Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

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

Vol. 9, No 12.

Km. 16, Carretera México - Toluca; México 10, D. F.

jueves 24 de mayo, 1956

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Página 1

  • Twelfth Commencement on June 7
  • Dr. Donald Agnew Will Deliver Main Address By Bob Byerly
  • Seventeen To Receive Keys For Service
  • Collegian All - American Fourth Consecutive Time
  • PAA Offers Contracts To Fourteen Students
  • Alumni News Now Being Distributed
  • Studio Stages' Show Opens Saturday Night

Pies de foto

  • WILLIAM CHARLES PETERS and Angelette Fisher Harris try on caps and gowns in anticipation of the coming graduation ceremony. Miss Harris is scheduled to receive the B.A. degree while Peters will get both the B. A. and a Certificate in Foreign Trade. Marilú Pease Photo.
  • THE ONLY THREE HOLDOVERS from the staff of last fall´s Collegian, wich was last week awarded its fourth consecutive All-American rating, are shown at work in the press room: From left to right are editor Bill Stewart, managing editor Ward Sinclair and associate editor Bob Byerly. Stewartand Byerly are to be June graduates and Sinclair will take over as editor. Marilú Pease Photo.

Página 2

  • ¡Hasta la Vista! By Bill Stewart
  • President's Desk
  • Irked Student Writes Complaints
  • Presenting México - Monterrey By Marilú Pease

Pies de foto

  • By Marilú Pease

Página 3

  • First Junior Prom Queen, Court
  • Largest Grad Class In College's History
  • Poor Health Causes Prof. to Cancel Trip
  • Children's Books In New Shelves
  • Daughter for Brays
  • Elmendorf Back From U. S. Trip
  • Studio Stages
  • MCC Banjo Player Marries Dutch Miss
  • Novillero, Wife Greet Baby Girl

Pies de foto

  • Crowned Queen of the first Junior Prom was Sara Shafer (left). Her Princesses were (top to bottom): Marla Marrill, Barbara Witting, Carlo Coleman. Marla Respresented the freshmen, Carol the sophomores, and Barbara the senior class. Ray Kirk Photos

Página 4

  • Coed Fluent in Five Different Languages By Eleanor Wilson
  • Memories Bring Avell Back To MCC Library, By Elizabeth Bogard
  • MCC In Featured 'Sunset' Mag
  • Moore Accepts Position With Local Import Firm

Pies de foto

  • Clara Wagner
  • Robert L. Avell

Página 5

  • studio stages presents "a view from the bridge" Photos By Anne Kelly

Pies de foto

  • STUDIO STAGES DIRECTOR Richard Posner (center, dark suit) goes over some technical points with members of the cast of "A View from the Bridge," which is to be presented May 26- June 2 in the school theater.
  • JOE CANDIOTTI (lifting chair), one of the leads as Marco, demonstrates to three of the leading characters a feat of strength that he uses in the play. The onlookers are, left to right: Harley Upchurch, as Rodolpho; Louise Ross, as Catherine; and Pot Caldwell, as Beatrice.
  • MILT BERNSTEIN, who has the major and difficult role of Eddie Carbone, a New York dockworker, is shown with Louise Ross in one of the early rehearsals. Posner has had his charges at work since the latter part of April
  • THE STAGE design class, being taught the first time this quarter, is responsible for the setting. At left, art student Lane Giese takes a measurement on the model stage.
  • BETTY SHERIDAN and stage design instructor Arnold Belkin are shown at right placing replica "flats" on the stage model. Before any final decisions were reached concerning the stage design, various plans were considered through demonstration on the stage model.

Página 6/7

  • Graduating Class By Bob Stout

Pies de foto

  • WELL KNOWN AROUND THE CAMPUS, Masters of Arts candidates Jerry Olsen and Richard Lee Hayman nostalgically review their "happy days" on the Mexico City College campus. Marilú Pease Photo
  • PRESS ROOM HABITUES Paulette Eddy, Bob Byerly, and Patrick Murphy spent many hours on student activities such as the Collegian. Their friends will bid them all a fond adieu after graduatian ceremonies June 7. Marilú Pease Photo
  • THE PATIO OF THE COLLEGE CAFETERIA has been a popular "coffee break" place for thousands of MCCers. Frederick N. Ronstadt here enjoys a final cup in the sunny, pleasant atmosphere. Ronstadt will receive his M. A. on the seventh of June. Marilú Pease Photo
  • HAPPY GRADUATES Donald James Kees, his wife, Janet Evelyn Kees, and Lois Minium have just turned in their final term papers. They are members of MCC's largest graduating class. All three are candidates for B. A.'s. Marilú Pease Photo
  • YES, IT'S BEEN FUN! John Sabol, Barbara Louise Herndon, and Helen Shader will long remember their wonderful days in Mexico. All three are receiving their B. A.s this June. Marilú Pease Photo
  • SHOULD AULDE ACQUAINTENANCE be forgot, and... Mexico City College degree candidates Bill Llewellyn, Bill Seabrook, and Don Zirngable spend a few minutes on the College terrace. Anne Kelly Photo
  • WILLIAM ANDERSON relaxes in the shade as he contemplates his future and evaluates the advantages of having spent his college years in Mexico. Ray Kirk Photo
  • THE MCC LIBRARY WILL HOLD fond memories for these graduates. Paul Dureg, Maria Laura Castañares Mariscal and Paloma Gaos share one of their last college hours in front of the many books they have used over the past years. Marilú Pease Photo.
  • A LAST GLANCE at their notebooks is taken by graduating seniors William Bromberg and Earl Blizzard. From the days of the "old school" down on Chiapas to classes on the new campus 1956's graduating class has etched a long record of accomplishment into MCC history Marilú Pease Photo
  • FOR THE LAST TIME, graduating seniors Hal Hiser, June Coffran and Guenther Roberts walk together beneath the eucalyptus on the MCC campus. Anne Kelly Photo
  • MANY, MANY MONTHS of hard work and happy companionship go into obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree. Above, Charlene Renee Hutton and Jerry Merlyn Linder, graduating seniors, recall their pleasant days as undergraduates. Marilú Pease Photo
  • WITH ROBERT YOUNG, graduate school assistant, Carl
    Smith, and Joseph Boker Carr discuss their coming graduation ceremonies. Smith is receiving his bachelor of arts degree; Carl is receiving a Masters. Marilú Pease Photo
  • READY AND WILLING for their B. A.'s are William Folan and Keith Brouillard, above. Bill and Keith have spent many quarters on the MCC campus, studying and enjoying the companionship of college friends.
  • DOWN TOWARDS THE PRESS ROOM walk graduating seniors Benjamin Haggott Beckhart and William Robert Stewart. Commencement ceremonies for Ben and Bill and their graduating classmates will be held at 12:00 noon June 7.

Página 8

  • Lopez Story Parallels MCC History By Bob Byerly
  • CWC Students Analyze Classmates' Writings By Fred Lauerrnan

Pies de foto

  • POPULAR DEAN OF ADMISSIONS Elizabeth Thomas de Lopez recalls the days when the first MCC classes met in a room in the old American High School.
  • CREATIVE WRITING CLASS MEMBERS get comments from fellow students as their manuscripts are read before the group.


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