Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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

Vol. 12, No 1.

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

jueves 30 de octubre, 1958

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Página 1

  • President Murray Recives Distinctive Honor
  • MCC Offers Bilingual Engineering Program
  • Twenty-One Countries On Term Roster
  • Oaxaca Group Gives Jewels As Photo Contest Prizes
  • College Scholars Attend Texas International Meet
  • Centro Publishes Series Of Reports

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: The 15,000th student to enter Mexico City College is Kin Yee Lau from Hong Kong, who come here this quarter from South China College. Kin is the 15,000th student to enroll at MCC once its founding in 1940. She is shown here registering with the assistance of Dean of Admisions Elizabeth Lopez (left).
  • Foto 2: The Catholic action medal was awarded to Mexico City College President Paul V. Murray recently, during a banquet give at St. Bonaventure College in Olean, New York. Shown presenting the medal to Dr. Murray is His Excellency, Most Reverend Amleto Giovonni Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate to the United States.

Página 2

  • Death Claims Two Collegian Staffers
  • Late Pope Lauded; Two Conferences Praised
  • Anyone Care To Dive In?
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Past Meets Present In Valley Of Mexico

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: In the small village of Zapopan, only a few miles north of the City of Guadalajara, there is a wonderful church with a beautiful 17th century facade and high toWers which dominate the vast plain of Jalisco.

Página 3

  • Ex-MCCer Paul Hapke Holds One Man Show
  • Medical Center Aids Explained To Students
  • Thomas Killed In Tragic Accident
  • Drs. Murray, Elmendorf Return From Meeting In Puerto Rico
  • Plan Courses To Assist Salesmen In Mexico City
  • Brandeis U. Prof To Give Lecture In College Theater

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: In the middle of a controversy, Paul Hopke sits next to three of his works in terracotto, stone and iron, which have been receiving attention at an exhibition in St. Paul. Hopke teaches at Mankato State College in Monotko, Minnesota.
  • Foto 2 : Look magazine, September 2, 1958, features four color pages of paintings by former MCC art student Harvey Schmidt. All seven pictures deal with the artist's impression of Mexico. A graduate of the University of Texas, Schmidt spent the summer quarter of 1957 studying painting at the Art Center here. With this recognition in a nation-wide weekly, Schmidt is seen as an important young talent in American Art. Look feels that Schmidt has captured the great contrasts in Mexico today and, as the magazine.

Página 4 , 5

  • Unique Customs typify " Day of the Dead"

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: People from the village arrive at the hilltop cemetery in Amecameca. Known as t he Sacred Hill, it affords a breathtaking view of snow-capped Popocatepetl and lxtaccihuatl.
  • Foto 2: A lonely figure sits by the only built-up grave in the Janitzio cemetery, All the rest hove no more only stone.
  • Foto 3: The graves are trimmed with flowers during the ceremonies, as here in Tlalpam.
  • Foto 4: Buyers may find their awn name emblazoned an the brow of a candy skull .

Página 6

  • Winter Concentrates On Fish Parasites
  • Controversy Over 'Yugen' Magazine Flames Into Heated Verbal Battle
  • Writer Keeps Eye On Literary Agent
  • Artist Nostalgic For Ghost Of Lady Grey

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Dr. Winter
  • Foto 2: Not all gentlemen are human beings, as the above picture proves. The photo could also make some MCC caballeros blush. Peer Gynt, the handsome "son" of MCCers Stan and Barbard Jorg, has established himself as probably one of the most popular personalities on the campus. Not infrequently, during a long lecture being given by some professor, Peer comes to the students' rescue. Forever in search of his master, the muscular Great Done has picked up the habit of poking his head into a class room, looking about, and then letting out a colossal roar from his masculine throat that sends both students and instructor scurrying out into the quiet of the open air, leaving scholastic problems for another day.
  • Foto 3: Bob Rutman

Página 7

  • Grad Jamieson Now Working As Designer
  • Ex-Student Is Editor Of Mag
  • Star O'Connor Comments On Study In Foreign Countries
  • Modern Dance Classes Offered
  • Unique Experiences Of New Arrivals Good For Chuckles
  • Journal Prints Grad Articles
  • Music Group Needs Singers

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Charles Jamieson Grins broadly as he reads over a copy of the Collegian ond recalls the "old days" when he was a student here. Now working in St. Louis, he recently returned for a visit to the college, accompanied by his wife, Katy, who is also a former MCCer.
  • Foto 2: Donald O'Connor

Página 8

  • Pierce Travis Left Monument In Hearts
  • Raw Wind In Alaska Sweeps Gaming Arkansan Into Warmer Mexican Clime
  • Netmen Pose Threat In Sunday Encounter
  • Alleys Open For Action
  • Aztecas Still Hope To Scalp Opposition

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Pierce Travis
  • Foto 2: Angry young man, Richard Humbert, eyes his opponent as he strikes a challenging stance. Humbert is among returning netmen who give MCC a good chance to floor some opposit on this fall.
  • Foto 2: Ed Simmons
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