Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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University of the Americas Collegian

Vol. 18, No 2.

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

viernes 13 de noviembre, 1964

Página 1

  • Extension Program Shows Rapid Growth
  • UA Faculty Introduced At Reception
  • Dr. Wicke Conducts Tour Of New National Museum of Anthropology
  • 'Voice' Party Takes Nine Council Posts
  • Library Given Cash Grants
  • Drama Workshop Plans Ambitious Schedule
  • Dr. Lindley Attends U.S. Conference

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Aztec Masterpieces–Dramatic presentations of ancient sculpture highlight the new National Museum of Anthropoly. At left is the Aztec mother goddess, Coatlicue, distinguised by a skirt of braided rattlesnakes. The famous Aztec calender or "piedra del Sol." at right, characterizes one of the most advanced cultures of Mexico.
  • Foto 2: Predicts Success—Russell Bennett. nervly elected president of the student council says that with the support of the entire student body much can be accomplished during the presenl academic year.

Página 2

  • Cafeteria Changes Praised, Condemned
  • Seek Various Charms To Avoid Today's Bad Luck
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Grad School Must Avoid Excessive Specialization
  • Xirau's Literary Journal Lauded For Quality, Exacting Standards

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: A Tianguis In Jocotepec

Pagina 3

  • UA Globetrotters Always On The Move
  • New Views In Science Class
  • Pledge Paid By H. Steele y Cia.
  • English Prof Analyzes Novels of Henry Miller
  • Four Undergraduates Awarded Tuition Scholarships By CMA
  • Citizen Of The World Recounts Adventures

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Friends Of Royalty–Because their father has been Canadian ambassador to many lands. Martin and Marion Feaver have had the opportunity to become acquainted 1uitlt kings and queens in numerous countries.
  • Foto 2: New Faculty Member
  • Foto 3: Scholarship Winners–Recipients of tuition grants from Compañía Mexicana de Aviación are (left to right) Juan Manuel Aguilar, Manuel Vergara Beltrán, Ruth Beatriz Jacobwitz, and Javier Santillán.

Página 4

  • Hanging From Pole 'Just Part Of Job'
  • Team Captain Says Nobody Can Beat Us
  • Viet Nam Guerrilla Figliter Recalls Jungle Ambushes
  • UA Aztecas Drop First Cage Bid

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: All In A Day's Work–Shown above is Phil Matteson checking some photos he is developing in the dark room of the University photo lab. After an exciting three-year career as newspaper photographer, Matteson plans to study medicine.
  • Foto 2: Who's Sorry Now–Pictured above is the English Ford which led the 1-2 liter event at the III Gran Premio de México until the driver pushed his car too hard in the ess-curve of the blue zone. Newspaper photographer and UA freshman Phil Matteson had calculated that the car would crack up at that curve, and was ready to snap the picture when it happened (story on the left).
  • Foto 3: Barry Kaplan
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