Joysmith Exhibit Opens Tonight At Antonio Sousa Galleries
MCCers Uncover Important Site
Poets' Club To Perform
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Many mounds -- Lambityeco, which means "many mounds" in the Zapotec language, is the site of recent archaeological excavations by Mexico City College anthropology students.
No time to spare -- Toby Joysmith, MCC assistant professor of applied arts, believes that once you've taken to painting, there is no spare time for other time-consuming activities.
Archaeologists at work -- MCCers Peggie Baird Henrickson (left), John Carr (foreground), Edmund Traverso (background), and Charles Wicke (right), excavate a pyramid at Lambityeco, near Tlacolula, in the state of Oaxaca, during the recent MCC archaeology dig.
Government Agency Designates Spanish As Needed Language
New Committees On Student Life And Library Formed By Council
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New officers -- Officers recently elected by the Delta Mu Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi fraternity are (left to right) Juan López, social chairman; Miguel Bermúdez, vice-president; Phil Grace, chancellor; John Sevier, president; and Kenneth Grey, secretary.
Singing downtown -- Attractive Linda Jeffcott, an old-timer to the MCC campus, is now performing as singer in the chorus at the Teatro Iris in Mexico City.
Views on gnus -- Kathleen Winnett, star gnus writer of the Collegian, records the views on world affairs of some of the non-committed species of the world.
The first lady -- Mrs. López Mateos, center foreground, wife of the Mexican President, pauses for a moment to chat with local residents of Mitla, Oaxaca, during her recent visit to the MCC-owned Frissell Museum.
Three love -- Dave Peterson (right) smashes a hard shot past Jacques Goveytes (left) during the MCC ping pong tournament now in progress.
Shows form -- Jack Gilbert, Collegian sports editor, displays his racing form in one of the many ski competitions he entered last winter throughout the northwestern United States.