OPENING TODAY-These three artists are exhibiting in Saloncito VIII on the college campus. Their work of papier moche recalls one of the oldest arts in decoration and ornamentation. All the pieces on show are also on sale. From left to right are: Martin Serrano, Manuel Hernández, and Mario Pérez.
CONNECTION-Student direction, student production and experimental theater will be found in the Drama Workshop this quarter. In this photo, MCC'ers are rehearsing for Gelber's controversial play, The Connection, which has won belated acclaim from New York critics. From left to right are: Tom Sellers, Cyril Martin, Victor Freedman, Dick Thorne, and Margaret Martin.
NEW DEAN - Jacinto Quirarte comes to MCC with an excellent background for his job. Jacinto believes in constructing a bridge of understanding between the students and administration.
STATION MCC PRESENTS - Don Sanborn, instructor of the radio, TV, and screen scriptwriting course, adjust volume as he is ready for the recording of a radio script play. The production was done by the students in his class. Every week, the class becomes acquainted with the practical end of broadcasting, television, and the screen, as well as the theoretical side.
Students Honor MacLeish During Informal Conference
Spring Bowling Season Produces Close Results
Top Student Finds Tough Profs Offer Challenge
MCC Loses First Softball Contest To Experienced Mexico City Nine
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LAND OF GODS--Distinguished poet and playwright, Archibald MacLeish, explains that Mexico is the land of the Gods, as well as the land of myths. Mr. Ted Robins (far left), director of the Creative Writing Center at MCC, introduced the poet during his Mexico City informal conference in the theater of the Benjamin Franklin Library. Mrs. Sarah Davis is with El Centro Mexicano de Escritores.
TOP STUDENT - Math major Andrea Castellani views with respect the achievements of her chosen field. Planning a teaching career in mathematics, she believes that the difficult professor is more of a challenge.
GOING HOME-Glen Nelle of the MCC softball team readies to round first for extra bases in the opening game of the spring quarter season, which the Aztecas lost to a local nine.