Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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University of the Americas Collegian

Vol. 17, No 8.

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

viernes 13 de marzo, 1964

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Página 1

  • Trustees Define UA's Ed. Purpose
  • Business Department Revamps M.A. Plan
  • Art Exhibit Advertising Inaugurated
  • Refund Regulations Clarified By Deans
  • Twenty Candidates File For Bachelor's
  • UA Receives Shaw Painting
  • The Mexicohio Society Announces Spring Meet

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: A Road Well Traveled — Scaled on a knoll on the campus are Frank F. Russell, Virginia W. Keil, Carol M. Noelck and Carl M. Scborer. Standing are Charles J. Loyacano, Albert S. Brandstater and Leslie D. Orlins. All are candidates for the Baclrelor of Arts degree at the end of this quarter.

Página 2

  • Cafeteria Scrutiny Supports UA Gripes
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Preconceived Notions Discussed By WQIMers
  • Well-Known Critics Laud And Censure J. D. Salinger

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Easter Week In Mexico—Traditionally, Easter is one of the most important seasons in many regions of Mexico, with special stress placed on Holy Thursday and Good Friday. The Taxco re-enaction of the historical events which took place dunng these two days is probably the most impressive to be seen anwhere.

Página 3

  • Legend Behind Famous Yucatecan Bug Revealed
  • Adventurous Coed Discusses Junior Year Abroad Program
  • Renowned Researcher Experiments With 'Psi'
  • Student Council Set To Take Ring Orders
  • Eight M.A. Candidates Listed For Graduation
  • Scholarships Offered For Two Students
  • Newman Club Makes Plans For Spring

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Senior Students — While studying on the Senior Year Abroad program in Madrid. Gwynne Compton spent Christmus in France, the New Year in Florence and once hired a bus with other girls to travel to Rome where they saw Pope Tolin XX/II.
  • Foto 1: Openful Studetents — Shown resting and talking after a hard day of class are from left to right Jacqueline R. Bostrum, Elizabeth Giger de Esposito and Ronald A. Burns, three of the eight candidates for Masters of Arts. Mrs. Giger is a candidate for the Masters of Fine Arts.

Página 4

  • Brewington Recalls Adventures, 24-hour Darkness In Greenland
  • Stuka Favored To Win
  • 'Tennis Is More Than Just a Sport' Says Big Ten Women's Tennis Champion

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 2: From Greenland To Mexico — Business major "Buck" Brewington is shown above walking across the sun-drenched business patio. Brewington says he especially enjoys Mexico's sunny weather after having endured two four-month periods of total darkness in the Arctic.
  • Foto 1: Winning Combination — The Stuka team above are, from left to right: Robert George, Jean Claude, Captain Claude Lebrun, Arthur Landau and Andrew Burgerhart. Leading the intramural bowling league by four games. the Sluka are favored to take this quarter's tournament. Claude Lebrun and Arthur landau have consistently taken individual honors in the men's division, while the team has monopoltzed the team high game and team higli series column.
  • UA Rod-Power—Phillip Mercier roars away front the line in his Sunbeam Alpine to take the quarter mile acceleration test with a time of 19.48 seconds. Fred Van Beuren later stopped the clock at 18.81 tvith a Fiat Abanth GT. Sponsored by the Sussex Automobile Club and C. A. Roda. the acceleration meet was held at the Magdalena Mixuca track.
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