University of the Americas Collegian
Vol. 17, No 4.
Km. 16, Carretera México - Toluca; México 10, D. F.
viernes 13 de diciembre, 1963
- Twelve Chosen For 'Who's Who' Honor
- Six Candidates File For Master's Degree
- Honor System Major Goal Of Council
- UA Professor Publishes Book
Pies de Foto
- Foto 1: Norman Bradley
- Foto 2: Arnold Penuel
- Foto 3: Terence McEvoy
- Foto 4: Marcella Slezak
- Foto 5: Wallace Fouts
- Foto 6: Keith Cameron Johnson
- Foto 7: Lynne Cochran
- Foto 8: Edmong Figeroa
- Foto 9: Juán Manuel Aguilar
- Foto 10: Ronald Burns
- Foto 11: Robert Vallejo
- Foto 12: Ray Michael Shull
- Foto 13: Graduate Scholars Fall term candidates for the degree of master of arts and fine arts are (from left to right) Roy Reeves, F. Donovan Hunter, Gwendolyn Hall, James Young and Edward Sax.
- UA Unity Unique, Not Rah-Rah Type
- Pérez Exhibits Downtown In Year's Last Art Show
- Unlucky Friday Elicits Superstitious Beliefs
- Newsman Analyzes 'Golpe' Psychology
Pies de Foto
- Foto 1: Presenting Mexico - Hacienda De San Miguel Recla: The passing of the centuries has left many landrnarks in Mexico well worth visiting, and these are not only the pre-Hispanic archeological sites and churches, as so many people think. There are also the old haciendas built during the time of the Spanish Colony.
- UA Student Helps Perpetuate Indian Folklore, Ceremonials
- Interested Students Aid In Campus Reforms
- B.A. Candidates Listed For Fall Graduation
- Alumnus Now Working With Asia Foundation
- Grasshoppers Now On Menu?
Pies de Foto
- Foto 1: On The Warpath Ben Lanford, UA student and Indian folkiore specialist, is shown in the dress of the Sioux tribe. Some parts of the costume are originals that have been given to Ben in his travels.
- Foto 2: Planning Ahead From left to right are Ron Ross, Mary Calvin, Carmen Smutny and Harl Keeble, prospective graduates at the end of this quarter. In all there are seventeen B. A. candidates for graduation in December.
- Foto 3: Catching Up Ralph Harris. 1960 M. A . graduate in business administration is shown checking through the Collegian to find out what has been happening on campus.
- Fencing Psychology Intrigues UA Coed
- Aztecas Overpower Obras, Selección
- First Place Stukas Widen Winning Lead To Six Games
- Alumni Notes
- Grasshoppers Now
Pies de foto
- Foto 1: A Physical Game Of Chess Kathy Vallmar, a junior from Orange, California, says that fencing requires a combination of both quick-thinking and action. She has pursued the hobby since taking it up at Long Beach State College two years ago.
- Foto 2: That Extra Margin Hugo Lezama, 7 sets the pace for the day by taking the ball away from Obras in tire opening toss-up. Besides the team mainstays such as Lezama. substitutes Darryl Allen. Bob Knight and Tom Bugbee made good showings
- Foto 3: Rolling To Victory Shown above is Claude Lebrun, captain of the first place Stuka team, who holds a 144 average. Other team members and their averages are Andrew Burghart, 148; Jean Tribut, 157; Willard George, 134; and Arthur Landau, 156.