Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

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

Vol. 11, No 3.

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

viernes 22 de noviembre, 1957

Página 1

  • Ignaguration Bal Tonight Caps Student Campaigns
  • Suzanne Miller Directs lbsens Play, 'Ghosts'
  • Professor Wicher Discusses Sputniks Over Radio XEL
  • Lauerman Will Represent MCC at Dallas Conference
  • Explorers Plan Trip to Taxco
  • Elmendorf Announces MCC Will Be Host To Semantics Meet
  • Officials To Go To Virginia Meet

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Paradox in the Theater: A very viva director and a drama with the morbid appelation of Ghosts will combine to give MCC theater-goers good entertainment. Suzanne Miller, shown during an early tryout with Pat de Alvarez, Stan Done, Joe Condiotti, and Jack Natkin, is the new theatrical burst of flame on the MCC stage scene.
  • Foto 2: Dancing out of the bag of entertainment surprises for MCC's gala ball tonight, Carmelita Correa will present the Mexican bamba and el torito.

Página 2

  • Spheres Are Chips in Biggest Gamble Yet
  • Condon Reports on U.S.
  • Wolfe's Verbosity Justified
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Soviet "Moon" Should Not Panic Free World
  • Letters to the Editor

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: By Marilú Pease

Página 3

  • Business Fraternity Organizes on Campus
  • Endsley Sends News Notes on MCC Alumni
  • Ex-Editor Marries
  • Ring Design Change Will End Confusion
  • Editors of Newspaper Face Space Problems
  • Savage Announces Schedule Changes In Summer Classes

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Thimk! Collegian staffers Dale Young, Bill Sherman, Sandra Johnston, Melbourne Lockey, Bob Stout, and Dick DaPont mull over production of their award winning newspaper. All were members of last spring's staff that recently received an All-American rating from the Associated Collegiate Press, the Collegian's seventh in a row.
  • Foto 2: Members of the newly organized Delta Lambda Upsilon fraternity are shown during recent meeting. Elected officers are, left to right, Tony Rodríguez, secretary; Raymond Ball, vice president; Joe LaCascia, president; Tony O'Donnell, senior vice president; and Stan Furman, treasurer.
  • Foto 3: Scona delegates Robert Miller and Alice Murray chat before the mural of the Spanish building before their trip to College Station, Texas.

Página 4

  • 'Congratulations on Ten Years of Faithful Service!'

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Having been an international lawyer and having served in the German Diplomatic Corps for ten years, Alexander von Wuthenau arrived in Mexico in 1935 with a pack sack and a 1929 Ford.
  • Foto 2: One of the most versatile members of MCC' s faculty, Fernando Horcositos (shown with one of his students) teaches Nahuatl, collects pre-Hispanic artifacts, studies ancient códices and is on authority on old Mexican legands.
  • Foto 3: Questions arising from the turbulence of his age and it's changing values are treated in the philosophy classes of Ramón Xirau who has been a memeber of the faculty since 1947.
  • Foto 4: Merle Wachter was a "jaundiced", roaming artist when he picked up an old MCC catalogue in a hotel in San Miguel Allende and resolved to journey here to study.
  • Foto 5: German Cueto's modern, abstract sculpture has been shown in more than twelve exhibitions in many countries including Switzerland, Ireland, France, Spain, Holland and Mexico.
  • Foto 6: Neighborly academic discussions with Dr. Murray led the way for Dr. Lorna Lavery Stafford's becoming a vital figure ar MCC.
  • Foto 7: One of the real pioneers of MCC for the past eleven years is Elena P. Murray who, on her hands and knees, marked off the course of the beautiful walks and outer courts of the campus.
  • Foto 8: "I was terrified at the idea of teaching at MCC, since I was to replace an instructor who had collapsed with a nervous breakdown." says Angel González who began teaching Spanish here in 1948.
  • Foto 9: Out of fourteen years of service for he college, Brita Bowen has been advisor to the Collegian for eight and has had the satisfaction of seeing the paper reap seven All-American awards.

Página 5

  • 'Congratulations on Ten Years of Faithful Service!"

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: An illustrous figure around campus since 1948, Pablo Martínez del Río is known as a schoar in England, Mexico and the United States. Don Pablo vivdly imparts knowledge of Mexican History to the students of MCC.
  • Foto 2: Archaeology, philology and ethnology are a few of the fields in which Wigberto Jiménez Moreno is an authority.
  • Foto 3: Jaclyn price laughingly recalls the first days at the college's present location. "Things looked pretty desolate at the beginning," she says.
  • Foto 4: The holder of over thirty degrees ad titles, César Lizardi Ramos first studied to be a doctor, but later changed to the field of Philosophy and Letters, specializing in Mayan languages and culture.
  • Foto 5: Twelve years of dedication to MCC and family have been rewarding to Carmen de Rivas (left) whose son, Dr. Enrique de Rivas, is also a member of the faculty.
  • Foto 6: Fernando Belain remembers when some of the art classes were taught in what is now the kitchen of the Lorraine restaurant.
  • Foto 7: Seventeen years ago Elizabeth López was teaching at the American school where MCC held afternoon classes.

Página 6

  • MCC Meteor Bug Digs For Space Bric-a-Brac
  • Berzunza Talks Or Space Travel
  • Rotary Club Hosts MCC Outlanders
  • Soviet Moon...
  • Students Seek Haven In Colelge's Backyard

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: With thoughts that ranfe through the deeps of space, Alex Richards studies a fallen star.

Página 7

  • Gerlero's First Class Began sans Students
  • UCLA Librarian Arnulfo Trejo Boosts US-Mexico Relationship
  • Rally Racer Provides Thrill down Reforma

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: With a vivacious smile, Mrs. Elena de Gerlero, MCC history of art instructor, turns briefly from a collection of prints displayed in the college Art Department.
  • Foto 2: Niehorster stands beside his faithful Volkswagen.
  • Foto 3: Arnulfo D. Trejo

Página 8

  • Varsity Wins First Tilt Beats Embassy by 8-5
  • Mau Maus in Loop Lead
  • Basketball Race Tightens
  • Passing The Political Hat
  • Pug To Become Physician

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: In the season's opener agains the Embassy, Bill Hornaday takes a lusty swipe at the ball. The Collegians won 8 to 5.
  • Foto 2: Ray Nelson
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