Ramsay Awarded Grand Prize in Show By Melbourne Lockey
MariachisWill Be Feature of Free Student Mixer on Patio
Graduation Ball Set For May 17
Publicity Coming OFF U.S. Presses
Academic Prowess Puts 50 on Honor List
COLLEGE PHYSICIAN MOVES
Explorers at Jaina Make Important finds
Offer Scholarships To Grad Librarians
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MCC ARTISTS (left to right) Bert Ramsay, Doug Nelson and Gene De Smet contemplate two of the Eighth Annual Student Art Exhibition prize winners: Ramsay's rugged "And It Vomited Out Jonah Upon the Dry Land" and Gene De Smet's "Still Life.'
IN THE CONTINENTAL HILTON HOTEL beside one of their collages, made of hundreds of small bits of colored paper of various textures, are Robert David Ramsey, Assistant Professor of Design and Pointing at MCC, and his wife, Theo. Elsa Wachter, wife of MCC's Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Merle Wachter, also helped with the decorations for the exclusive, new hotel. The trio constructed sixteen collage murals (a technique used and popularized by Picasso) for the halls and suites. They depict the cavalcade of Mexican history from pre-Columbian to Colonial times and make major use of gold and prown colors.
NEWLY ELECTED OFFICERS of the Press Club are Sandra Johnston, president; and (standing, left to right) Ira Lewis, secretary-treasurer; and Tom Held, vice president. Dick DaPont Photo
RECENT VISITORS to the Mexico City College campus were the student teachers from WILLIMANTIC STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE in Willimantic, Connecticut. The group is currently visiting Mexico. After an extensive tour of the Km. 16 campus, the group posed on the MCC terrace for this picture. Seated are Dr. C. Francis Willey, Associate Professor at Social Science; Noey Geno, Program Chairman for the Mexican trip; Agnes Hetu, co-chairman of the Mexico tour; Gerry Joyce, co-chairman of the Mexican Tour; and Mrs. Mertelle Larcombe supervising teacher at Willimantic State Teachers College. Dick DaPont Photo