Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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University of the Americas Collegian

Vol. 18, No 13.

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

viernes 9 de julio, 1965

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Página 1

  • UA Gets Two Million Dollar Grant
  • Summer Quarter Sets Record Enrollment
  • Businessman's Luncheon To Be Held On Wednesday
  • Pioneering Artists Hold Show Downtown
  • AID Money Speeds Up Move To New Campus
  • Student Group Collects For Building Fund
  • Library Expands Seating Area

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Kentuckians Abroad – Led by their advisor, Mrs. H.J. Huey (far left), six of the sixteen students from Western Kentucky State College, Phil Clore, Patricia Doyle, adn Gary Hubbard (rear); Donna Lorenz, Doris Marrs, and James Long, (front) take a stroll around the UA campus.
  • Foto 2: Monumental Achievement – Joe Sharp, chairman of the Finance Committee of the UA Board of Trustees, announces the approval byy AID of a two million dollar grant for the University of the Americas and congratulates President D. Ray Lindley for "a job well done."
  • Foto 3: New Frontiers – Lynda Harvey (left), and Jane Sutherland, experimenters whith new mixed-media techniques, are at present holding a combined exhibition of their works at Galería Nuevos Valores on Calle Hamburgo 115, in the Niza district.

Página 2

  • 'Collegian' Welcomes Summer Newcomers
  • College Years Influence Personality Growth
  • Presenting Mexico
  • New UA Students Ponder Contrasting Cultures, Find Traffic Bewildering
  • Environment Affects Concepts Of Artists

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1:They Hope The Fiesta Will Be Rained Out
  • Foto 2: Sand Pits No. 1 – Skilled naturalists, Milo Needles of UA's art department, combines mixed media with the impression of landscape.
  • Foto 3: Painted Ceramic Sculpture – Bob Hasselle accepts the artistic challenge of Picasso's visual pun, "car-faced baboon."

Página 3

  • AAUP Plans Activities
  • Clubs Sponsor Excursions, Social Work, Swim Parties
  • Minimum Price Student Trip Goes To Pyramids Tomorrow
  • Art Department Adds Glass Design Course
  • International ForumFeatures Lic.Ojeda
  • School Heads Establisli New Association

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Go To Press – Newly elected AAUP officers, (left to right) Dr. Charles Wicke, president; Mrs. Vivienne Brady, secretary-trasurer; and Mrs. Helia Araujo de Box, vice president; review copy for publication of a newsletter.
  • Foto 2: Meet Tonight – International Forum officers (standing) Bill Stossmeister, president; (sitting front row) Lee Eakins; Jim Parkhill; Dennis McCormack; Assunta Montes de Oca; David Maicon; (sitting back row) Ray Atherton; Paul Granville and Rich Benn anticipate tonight's lecture on "Mexico's Foreign Policy."
  • Foto 3: South Of The Border – Some of the visitors from MacMurray College, Jacksonville, Illinois, have found their place in the sun on UA's terrace. Left to right are Stephanie Stiles, Russell Patton; Meryl Braendel; Dr. J. Reade Heskamps, leader of the group; Mrs. Florence Heskamp; Laurianne Chun and Steven Nelson. Standing are Meta Thompson and Jack Schmidt. Six other students from MacMurray are not shown.

Página 4

  • Aztecas Take Second In Final Tournament
  • Williams' Teams Publicize School
  • Baseball Concludes Season With 8-6 Win

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Tournament Trophies – Basketball Coach Moe Williams proudly displays the tangible signs of success awarded to the team during the past season.
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