Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Dirección de Bibliotecas

Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

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

Vol. 12, No 12.

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

jueves 30 de julio, 1959

Página 1

  • Anthro Group Picks Mexico For Meeting
  • Memorial Show Honors Late Professor, Artist
  • 76 Students Make Spring Dean's List
  • Committee Gives Rules For Grade Of Incomplete
  • Class Rings Cost Less On Campus
  • Bastien To Attend Americas Festival

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Howard Jackson, who taught and painted at MCC until his recent untimely death is shown here with one of his oils. A collection of his paintings went on exhibit today in the theater lobby. Jackson was a man whose intense Iife is reflected on his vivid canvases.
  • Foto 2: Oil paintings by Mrs. Ruth Carter and Genevieve Baker are on exhibition in Saloncito 8 in the MCC Art Center. This show marks the official opening of the gallery. The exhibit will continue until August 15 and is the first in a series of monthly shows planned for the Saloncito. Of the 42 paintings on exhibition 12 are by Mrs. Carter and 30 by Miss Baker.
  • Foto 3: Honor students on campus, four of the 76 students who made the dean's list lost quarter get together. From left to right are John Talbot, first time; James Hamon, third time; Anthony Bohn, first time; and Stephany Long, second time.

Página 2

  • Tolerance Works Two Ways
  • Dr.Murray MakesCommentsOn Student's Confusing Statements
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Cash-Goaled Education Leads To Dangers Of Intellectual Death
  • Letters To The Editor

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: When sitting in the bullring, and watching the matador as he gracefully passes the bull, few realize the long hours he has spent perfecting his art. Spotted around the city, in some of the outlying colonias, are small crude bullrings where those who have dreams of becoming bullfighters go for instruction and to practice. Working usually in pairs, one taking the part of the bull, the other the part of the fighter, they York long hours in the hot sunshine, twirling the capote, making passes with.

Página 3

  • Writers See Dance Festival In Oaxaca
  • MCC Ranks Top In Foreign Study
  • Bastien Directs OAS School For Latin Americans
  • Student Theater Patrons Interview Manolo Fabregas
  • Music Room Gets New Equipment
  • 'News' Travel Editor Writes On Reforma
  • Chicago Visitors See Campus Twice
  • Librarian Studies At Rutgers University

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Among the thirty american High School graduates on campus are (left to right, front) Lewis Lamm, Kon Odenheim (center), Micki Rowland, Gloria Pérez, Phyllis Schumaker, Bryan Rou, Charles Guptill, Francisco Arellano, Lucienne LeBoss, Stephanie Fitzimmons, Kay King (back), Richard Hojel , James Muench, Victor Calderón, Nancy McGregor, Roslyn Rowland, and Lilian Macías.
  • Foto 2: One of the 36 statues on the Paseo de lo Reforma explained in a new book by Joe Nosh is that of General Jose Mariano Jimenez.
  • Foto 3: Arnold Belkin, shown here working on a mural, is currently holding on exhibition of his paintings ot Galería Tusa, Hamburgo 68. The show will be open to the public until August 11.

Página 4

  • Getting To Know Mexico

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Seated in the grand plaza at Teatihuacan, a graup af warkshappers hear the stary af the pyramids and their builders.
  • Foto 2: The entrance ta the 16th Century church at San Agustin Acolman, which 11 on the road to the pyramids.
  • Foto 3: At the luncheon at MCC for Mexican teachers from Public Secondary School Number 18 and students in the summer workshop course in comparative education are, left to right, Srita. Elena Orozco, a teacher at the Secondary School; Patty Parigan; Rosemarie Morton; Edith Falcone; Catherine Stolzer; Judy Bromley; Sunny Spadoro; Muriel Healey; and Patricia O'Doy.

Página 5

  • Getting To Know Mexico

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Visiting the Convent of Acolmon are workshoppers (left to right) George Gillung, Ronald Ronkin, Anna Forsythe, Ruth Speer, Ada Beckey, Julia Bitner, and Edna Ashworth.
  • Foto 2: The Hardman family turned out in force for the market at Toluca. From left to right are Sora, John and Mrs. Albert Hardman.
  • Foto 3: The famous feathered serpents at Teotihuacan intrigue workshoppers (left to right) Kenneth, Dorene, Kenneth Jr., and Henrietta Hagen, Lowell Neil, Mrs. Noble Moody, and Billie Lee Baker.

Página 6

  • Artist Plans Abstract Impressionist Film
  • Portugal's Colonization Success Comes From Racial Integration, Says Authority
  • Nursing, Bartending Help Finance Study
  • Memorial...

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Portugal is a great attraction for guest instructor Richard Patee. Patee, who has just finished writing a book on the subject of Portugal in Africa, can't help being impressed by the way the country efficiently manages its large colonial empire.
  • Foto 2: At work in the college photographic laboratory, Tom Cloney completes some preliminary studies for his art film.
  • Foto 3: Alfred Peterson

Página 7

  • Moslem Nationalist Rebellion Brings Stateless Iraqi To MCC
  • Dr. Murray Makes
  • Son Of Graduate Recently Baptized
  • Sección Española
  • Three Ex-StaFFers Make Campus Visit
  • Semi-Pro Actor Downs Big Time
  • Fetter Gives Books To School Library

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Badri Munir Aghassi, former citizen of Iraq and now a man without a country, has set MIT as his future place of study and nuclear physics his, major subject. Aghassi has left his native country after a coup d'etat by Iraqi nationalists.
  • Foto 2: "Fun" actor Lee Taylor, not "sweating" a big break in professional theater, will continue working toward his Master's degree in foreign trade and carry out his duties as vicepresident of the graduate class and Delta Mu business fraternity.

Página 8

  • MCC Cage Squad Wins At Y 45-38
  • Mexico Loses To Australia
  • Softball Star Jerry Jinnett Goes With USCG On World Tour
  • Ladrones Squelch Opposition Tigres And Boppers Close Gap

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Jerry Jinnett
  • Foto 2 y 3: A comparison in bowling form is demonstrated above by Gene Bordwell, left, and Jim Bolman, right. Gene, a former MCC varsity kegler, currently holds the high game for the season, 21 and is clipping along at a 165 overage. Jim, bowling for the DSP and holding the low league overage of 86, is hoping to improve.
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