Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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University of the Americas Collegian

Vol. 17, No 1.

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

viernes 25 de octubre, 1963

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Página 1

  • Term Opens With Large Enrollment
  • Budget Trips Are Planned
  • 'Cuatro Direcciones' At Saloncito
  • Embassy Asks Cooperation
  • Six Members Added To Academic Staff
  • Visa Rules Explained
  • Gordillo To Attend Meet

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Welcome—Chatting before the International Business Center are four of the six new faculty members at the University of the Americas this quarter. From left to right are Dr. John Van Sickle, Lic. Raymundo Guzman, Mrs. Judith Schoenberg and Dr. Hughel B. Wilkins, Paul F. Magnelia and Dra. Stella Giucia are the other two additions to the UA faculty.
  • Foto 2: Saloncito VIII—Discussing the success of their art show are from left to right Jackie von Honts, Norman Bradley, Helen Gimme, and Marsella Sleza. Held on campus under the name of "Cuatro Direcciones." the students' show is one of a series planned by Merle Wachter. head of the Art Center.

Página 2

  • Dorms Seen As Ultimate Solution For Housing
  • Staff Welcomes Students
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Relate New Experiences
  • Kerouac Changes Insight
  • Scholarship Stagnated By Creeds And Slogans

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: The Day Of The Dead: Among the many celebrations which form part of Mexico's colorful folklore, one which takes place during the first two days of November perhaps the most interesting, and dates back many hundreds of years. During those two days the dead are solemnly remembered, and everyone visits the graveyards either on All Soul's Day, November first, or the Day of the Dead on the second. Graves are cleaned,weeded, decorated with marigolds and lighted tapers, and the headstones are polished. From the old grandparents down to the children, all participate.

Página 3

  • Dedicated Nurse Takes Time Out For Degree
  • UA Can Become Truly Great Says Father Murphy At Convocation
  • Baptist students Study Here Fot Their Junior Year Abroad
  • Artist Russel Woody Plublishes First Book
  • Newman Club Makes Plans

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Ethical Values Stressed—Father John F. Murphy. shown above with President Lindley. called upon students at this quarter's first convocation to be alert and dedicated to meet the challenge of todays would problems. Moral values. he warned. are under threat of extinction
  • Foto 2: Retired Major—After an interesting past as a military nurse, business woman, educator and traveler. Mary Grossnick resumesthe role of student seeking her second B. A.
  • Foto 3: Better International Relations—Five students selected on the basis of their academic records for the American Baptist Convention Junior Year Abroad program are (from left to right) Armin a Goodman, Dale Slaght, Louise White, lames Thorton and Ophelia Clarke.
  • Foto 4: Arstist Turns Author

Página 4

  • U Of A Freshman Is Former Gaucho
  • The Sports Scene
  • Chema On Top, Fouts, Wilkins Take Honors
  • UA Cagers Upset Squeeze Out So

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Not For Dudes—Summer-time Gaucho from Argentina. Richard lmmesoete. demonstrates the traditional manner of eating on the pampas. The inexperienced run the risk of a gashed nose he warns.
  • Foto 2: Mexically Prodigy—Paco Lopez, 11, lands hands hard after a jump shot. Lopez' phenomenal accuracy counted heavily against the Social Security team whose height advantage forced UA to shoot from the outside.
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