Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

Mexico City Collegian

Vol. 16, No 9.

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

martes 23 de abril, 1963

Página 1

  • University Renamed To Cover Actual Scope
  • History Of University Outlined
  • MCC Now Called University of Americas
  • Record Spring Announced by Enrollment Dean Lopez
  • First Spring Plan lnitiated
  • Dr.At Lindley Conference

Pies de Foto

  • FUTURISTIC ARCHITECTURE-Shown are the proposed plans for the University of the Americas. In the foreground is an open air amphitheater, dormitories and the student union. At the extreme left is the fine arts center which will contain a 1500 seat amphitheater and many classrooms. The view is from the barranca looking toward the Toluca higway.
  • EAGER SCHOLARS- Students line up to have their cards signed in the largest spring registration in the history of the school.
  • UTAH STATERS - Soaking up the Mexican sun, students from the state of Utah are (from left, front row) Harriet Chisholm, Virginia Murdock, Michael Clark, Dal Symes, Sherry Sanford, Judith Corwin, Elaine Puro, Richard Lattin, Natalie Taylor, Helen Harvey, Tsuduki Imoto, Mrs. Geneve Plummer, (back row) Janine Rigby, Marcia Hatch, Kay Crockett, La Verne Purdy, David Richards, John Starrels, Charles Alban, Beulah Heath, Susan Fales, Annette Zollinger, Professor J. H. Plummer, director of the group.

Página 2

  • Denial Of GI-Bill Seen As Illogical
  • Lindley Explains Purpose of Change
  • Sistemas Variables Provocan Problemas
  • Welcome, Utah Students
  • Columnist Recommends UA

Pies de foto

  • PUEBLA OF THE ANGELS: Some seventy miles from Mexico City, over the recently opened speedway, is Puebla, one of the most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico.According to a legend dating back to the sixteenth century, it is said that Julian Garces, Bishop of Tlaxcala, while on a trip eastward from his diocese, stopped in wonder when he came to a mountainringed valley.

Página 3

  • Art Course Revived
  • Cuban Ex-President Lauds University
  • Clubs Expect Busy Quarter
  • Thespians Get Opportunity
  • Student Describes Alaskan Adventures
  • Important Changes Give Library New Flexibility

Pies de Foto

  • EX-PRESIDENT-Dr. Manuel Urrutia, who was able to leave Castro's Cuba recently, is shown surrounded by many admirers during a recent talk he made to Cuban refuges in Mexico.
  • A FINE PRINT-Instructor Toby foysmith reviews Diane Brown's work in the recently revived graphics class. Jackie Von Honts and Norman Bradley on the left are interested observers.
  • FRONTIER POLICEMAN - Richard Rogers, now attending the University of Americas, feels that his experiences in Alaska were invaluable. He is now studying and hopes eventually to teach and write.

Página 4

  • Amateur Bullfighter Tells Experiences
  • Success Of Aztec Cagers Honored At Recent Banquet
  • Keggler Team Ends Second
  • MCC Called ...
  • History...
  • Lindley....
  • Sistemas Variables ...
  • Student...

Pies de Foto

  • OUTSTANDING SUCCESS-Celebrating last quarters basketball triuntph are, standing from the left, Kip Powers, Morris Willrams, Dr. Melvin McMichael and Sony Mizrahi. Sitting are Fred Hill, Sue Hoch and Bill Gough.
  • OLE-Rafael Gimenez does a spectacular at the Rancho del Charro ring.

 


 

 

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