Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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University of the Americas Collegian

Vol. 17, No 5.

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

viernes 31 de enero, 1964

Página 1

  • All Records Beaten In WQIM Attendance
  • Raise Tuition For Fall Term
  • Honor System Announced
  • Transient Student lncrease UA Ranks
  • Bethany Press Prints Books By Lindley

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: WQIM Officers—Discussing the busy quarter ahead of them are, from left to right, Dr. James B. Tharp, advisor to the WQIM program, and this year's officers who are Karen Cervenak, secretary-treasurer: Richard Schaefers, president: and Loy Glenn Westfall, vice-president.
  • Foto 2: Lining Up—Student registration takes place in the cafeteria in one of the heaviest enrollments in Mexico City College or UA history.

Página 2

  • Honor Code Approach Disregards Students
  • Non-Skater Reflects On His Plight On Ice
  • Shakespeare Honored By Students And UN
  • Comments On Students Attitude Are Revealing

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Presenting Mexico—During the past two years tremendous changes have been taking place at the Tcotihuacan archeological site close to Mexico City. The work being done there at present indicates that the area is much older than previously thought.

Página 3

  • Bolivians Kidnap Grad
  • Family Life During World War Explained By Latvian Student
  • Campus Club Starts Again
  • Art Works Exhibited
  • Convocation Speaker Lauds School Image
  • Departmental Change Announced By Wachter
  • Cultural Exchange Aided by UA Tours
  • Bourjaily Book Published In US
  • Frat Elects New Officers

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: In The Library – Dagnija Brirman's early childhood was spent being moved front one refugee camp to another during World War II . Now in her second quarter here. Dagnia is a Spanish language and literature major and hopes sometime in the future to do interpreting.
  • Foto 2: UA Speaker – Having lunch at the University of the Americas before a convocation on "Opportunities and Challenges of International Service," by Charles Vetter. information coordinator of the USIA are from left to right: Dr. Richard Greenleaf: Dr. Robert Young, assistant cultural affairs officer at the U.S. Embassy and Dr. D. Ray Lindley.

Página 4

  • Cagers Rate Fourth PLace In Mexico, Tour U.S
  • U.S. Tour Produces Red Carpet Welcome
  • UAer Hunts Alaskan Grizzly
  • Spectacular Upsets Staged By Aztecas
  • President Lindley Honors Williams, Team At Banquet

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 2: On The Lookout — Ward Gay, top gazes into a broad valley in the Alaska Peninsula while the hunter he is guiding takes a turn with the binoculars looking for bear. Ward says the grizzly is the most dangerous which he has experienced personally in many exciting encounters with it.
  • Foto 1: Sam Brown Scores — Chalking up their third straight victory in the National University tournament, the Aztecas, led by Sant Brown's 35 points, outclassed Tamaulipas 74-59. Sam starred throughout the tournament rebounding, passing. and hitting for a 40 point average in the tourney.
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