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 13.

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

jueves 17 de julio, 1958

Página 1

  • Pan Am Librarians Meeting In Frisco
  • Anthro Talks To Be Printed
  • Summer Enrollment At MCC Passes 1000 Mark
  • Student Guinea Pigs Aid In Medical Study
  • Council Sponsors July 26 Carnival
  • B.A. Graduates Need 'Clearance' To Get Diplomas

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: One of the biggest enrollments of MCC history went into the books this summer as over 1,000 students registered for classes. Seated at left is Polly Wilson as she helps registering students (left to right) Marilyn Canterell and John Cross.
  • Foto 2: Campaigning to get rid of what has been called everything from "turistas" to "Moctezuma's revenge," a group of students discuss plans with Dr. B. H. Kean, who is heading the project. Around the table are Ann Hauser and George Shipley (both seated), Phil Bourbon, Bill Walt (with pills) Hertecene Turner and Dr. Kean.

Página 2

  • Take A Look At Yourself
  • Courtesy Has Its Rewards
  • White - Plumed Charger Idea Backfires
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Utilitarian Creed Held Fallacious

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Fiesta In Oaxaca

Página 3

  • Large Crowd Attends Hospitality Day Fest
  • New York, Boston Papers Feature School's Growth
  • Anthro Discussions Go Into Last Stage Tonight
  • Former Student Teaches Spanish By MCC Method
  • Garrett Emphasizes Role Of New Grads
  • Alumnus OF College Dies OF Leukemia

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: When Tim Rivinus come to MCC from Harvard, he came prepared. Down here for the summer to study spanish, Tim thought he might also get in a little mountain climbing, which explains the fact that he spent his first day on campus looking like an Explorer Scout on trek. Tim hadn't found a place to stay yet, so he brought his stuff to the college with him, including a pack sack and a sleeping bag. An English major at Harvard, Tim has been to Mexico once before. Dick Humbert (left) is giving him directions.
  • Foto 2: At the top of the heap are Tony O'Donnell (left) and Bob Stout, who were awarded gold keys, the highest honor the College gives, as the outstanding graduating students at MCC this spring. A council of six, judging candidates on their academic and extra-curricular records, awarded keys to these two. O'Donnell was vice-president of the MCC Student Council; Stout was editor of the Collegian.
  • Foto 3: Von Withenau

Página 4

  • Wanderers Find Adventure In Oaxaca
  • MCC Students Make Headquarters At College Center

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Lake Catemaco smiles even under clouds over the northern Tehuontepec country. Dick Wilkie and Al Manchester relax while children play under the grand green sweeping trees of the shoreline.
  • Foto 2: Trans-isthmian village: Hidden on the Rio Joltepec in the middle jungles of Tehuontepec, this little Indian village beats back the fast growing vegetation which fights with man for survival under the drenching tropical rains.
  • Foto 3: The entrance to Mexico City College Student Center ot Oaxaca opens onto the patio of an old colonial Spanish home. Dining quarters are shown in the background.
  • Foto 4: At Monte Alban, less than an hour by car from Oaxoco City, Allen Bostrom, David Vincent and Ruth Davis examine the Danzantes-stones with human figurations sculptured in them. Some believe that they represent dancers, others that they were used to inatruct medical students.

Página 5

  • Wanderers Find Adventure In Oaxaca
  • MCC Students Make Headquarters At College Center

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Ruth Davis and Judy Harrison bargin for hand made objects in the Oaxaca market. On Saturday the natives bring their goods to Oaxaca and display them in the streets.
  • Foto 2: Near Salina Cruz, and for from the current day events, Allen Borstrom catches up on what is going on back home.
  • Foto 3: Zapotec skulls of the Yogul Tombs are photogrophed by anthro students Kent Flannery and Jim Neely in the patio of MCC's Oaxaca Centro de Estudios.
  • Foto 4: The corner drugstore-Tehuontepec style. Mejoral aspirin signs are the only indication of a business. Together with the slow-lumbering oxcart, the signs stand for a way of life for removed from our brightly pointed high speed civilization.

Página 6

  • Writer, Ex-Reporter Heads Magazine Writing Lectures
  • Lauerman Returns From Alumni Council Meeting
  • Students Offered Discount Coupons
  • Man On Horn Mixes Studies With Swing
  • Profs Visit Campus On Mexican Tour

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: No stranger to Mexico is Mrs. Ruth Harmer, visiting lecturer at MCC for the summer quarter. Mrs. Karmer in addition to being an English instructor at the University of Southern California, is a widely published free-lance writer whose articles appear regularly in top-ranking magazines.
  • Foto 2: Ex-musical knight Chuck Anderson is shown working over the score of the LP album Música de Juventud which has recently been released on a Capitol label. Anderson's varied musical career has carried him and his "slide horn" from Seattle to such faraway places as Canada and Venezuela and finally to Mexico.

Página 7

  • Bad Weather In Mexico Leads Nosey Writer Through Mud, Sneers, Tears
  • Delta Sigs Join Business Unit
  • Salt Lake To Buenos Aires By Way Of Thumb Takes Students Six Months
  • Mallery Appointed Manager Of Lab

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: In La Paz, Bolivia, the 21,521 foot Mt. lllimoni posed no threat for two ex-MCCers, Nelson and Nyle Walton, who hitchhiked from Salt Lake City to Buenos Aires.
  • Foto 2: Karl Nelson and Nyle Walton discuss their long journey with two Franciscan Monks in a village near Scrota, Bolivia.

Página 8

  • Bad Blood, Breaks Bind Pale Corridas
  • Final Thrusts Fail To Halt Pin Champs
  • Thumbs Go Up To Hoopsters
  • Will Fight To Win, Say MCC Batmen
  • Pinmen Bump Heads For New Commands
  • Big Man Yesterday, Says Ex- Weightman

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: The trophied trio are Joe Peña, Pat McCarthy, and Morgan Simpson, representing the first place Pica Pleitos of the Polanco League.
  • Foto 2: Fred Smith
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