Four New Memhers Named To MCC Board Of Trustees Dr. Henry L. Cain Appointed Interim President Of College
Papiroff To Open Show
Play, Readings To Music Slated
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Foto 1: Prepare ScriptsGathered on the sun terrace to discuss plans for their appereance on the TV program "Seminario Matutino de Educación, Ciencia y Cultura" are MCC faculty members (left to right) Ramon Xirou, Dr. Frank Savage, Richard Posner, and Don Sanborn.
Foto 2: Trustees MeetNine members of the expanded Board of Trustees of Mexico City College are shown at a recente meeting of the Board held in the University Club.
Foto 3: Philosophic DilemmaExploring what might be called the Twentieth Century's most representative philosophy, Existentialism, are these four students, shown here reading Jean Paul Sartre's No exit in preparation for a Poet's Voice production August 1. From left to right are Verna Hyatt, Stephen Andres, Morty Whiteman, and Thomas Crawford.
Mexico City College Faculty Has International Background
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Foto 1: Old Timesln a slightly reminiscent mood these four alumni talk with William Rodgers (right), MCC business manager. From left to right are Thomas Hogan ('54), Mrs. Frances ("Brandy") Brand ('60), Kathleen Dominguez ('59), and Genevieve Schenk ('60).
Foto 1: Cosmopolitan Staff A representative group of MCC's internationally trained faculty was photographed during the June commencement in the academic regalia of their various universities. Left to right are: Dr. Luis Weckmonn, who holds a Doctor en Droit from the Universite de Paris; Carmen Rivas and Oro. Mario Muedro from the University of Madrid; Dr. Jomes C. Shields and Dr. Fronk B. Savage, who both hold a Doctor en Letras in history from the Universidad Nocional Autónoma de México; and Dr. Ignacio Bernal, Doctor en Letras, Antropología, from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
Foto 3: Discuss DutiesEnrique Chicurel, (left) newly appointed head of the Science and Engineering Department, discusses his new duties with Enos R. Wicher, current head of the department. Wicher is accepting a position at Harvey Mudd College in California.
Foto 1: John Golding, assistant professor of fine arts, examines color slides in the archive room of the Audio Visual Center of MCC. Slides of both Oriental and Western art, from prehistoric days to the present, are on file in the archive room of the Center.
Foto 2: Library employee Manuel Mejía puts in overtime in the audio visual archive room. Mejía is shown cataloging some of the 3,000 slides of the archives, many of which portray the graphic arts and art history.
Foto 3: Harvey Stanton takes notes from the microfilm reader. All M.A. theses of Mexico City College are microfilmed in order to make them available to a wider public.
Foto 1: English literature students have the opportunity to compare their interpretations of Shakespeare with that of Maurice Evans by means of the tape recorder. English instructor Ed Howell explains some as the finer points to his students.
Foto 2: Rare books and their illustrations reach the eyes of everyone interested through modern microfilm techniques. Jessie Smith shows how book plates are photographed in the Audio Visual Center.
Foto 3: Juanita Pogolotti (right), instructor in English and music at MCC, shows her students the principle of the auto harp. This audio device employing chords and tones, teaches elementary school teachers how to instrutor music to their pupils.
Foto 4: One of the earliest and still most popular of audio visual aids, the motion picture projector is skillfully adapted to classroom lectures by MCC's Merle Wachter, co-chairman of the art department.
Foto 5: Familiar to most physics students it this "spark machine," located in the science department. The amber wheel rubbing against the brushes causes sparks to fly across the gap between the metal modules.
Foto 6: Mrs. Jaclyn Price, associate professor of education, demonstrates the use of the flannel board, an audio visual device suitable for teaching children directly, or for teaching education majors or instructor techniques for showing children form discrimination, desing, and patterning.
Foto 1: Two GenerationsHere on the common meeting ground of a college campus familiar differences become less important as both mothers and daughters sit side by side in the some classroom. Shown here from left to right are Leonore (Mrs. Roger Eckstrom) and her mother, Mrs. Irene Estey of Longview, Washington; Nancy Jeon and Mrs. Jeanette Westfall of Boone, Iowa; Mary and Mrs. Janet Mortell of Romeo, Michigan
Foto 2: Tennessee DeanDr. Edward Crawford from MemphisState University is teaching courses this summer in the Foreign Trade Center.
Foto 3: Mexican CraftsArronging a display of Mexican arts and crafts before his recent lecture is Merle Wachter, cochairman of the fine arts department. The two private collections displayed, owned by Wachter and Mrs. Dorothea Davis, were the subject of a workshop program on Mexican crafts, present and post, given recently in the College theatre.
Alumni Of Mexico City College Pursue A Variety Of Interests
MCCer Manzo Captures League High Batting Title
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Foto 1: Long ReachGoing In for a lay-up shot in MCC's recent game with Deportivo Chapultepec is forward Jerry Gibson: The hard-fought game was lost in the closing minutes, 45-4.
Foto 1: Young AmbassadorsHaving lunch after their recent tour of the MCC campus are high school students from Oregon and Washington. The students, some of the group traveling in Mexico as part of the youth ambassador program incorporated under the American Heritage Association, are (left to right): Sharon Lisa, Peggy Russell, John Drummond, Susan Yost, Sherry Gwinn, Von Swarthout, and Jon Farr.