Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

University of the Americas Collegian

Vol. 22, No 3.

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

lunes 16 de diciembre, 1968

Página 1

  • Who´s Who Selections Announced
  • 60 Students To Graduate
  • New Curriculum Approach Considered by UA Committee
  • UA Press Prints Econ Monographs
  • Veterans Plan For Loan Fund

Pies de foto

  • VINCE BARRETT
  • INGER VEJ NIELSEN
  • PAUL JOHNSON
  • ELA ARAD
  • RON HALL
  • PAT PASTOR
  • C. SANCHEZ MEJORADA
  • JERRY TENNISON
  • CATHY ADLER
  • STEVE ROSS
  • STUDENTS VIEW FACTORY-Senior students in business administration recently toured Philips Mexicana, which manufactures radios and televisions. Jorge Motalva, UA graduate and plant production manager, mapped the tour to assist in briding the gap between student theoretical concepts and practical problems of business. Dr. Melvin McMichale and three other business professors accompained the class- From left to right are John Martin, Rodrigo Arroyo, Engineer Jorge Motlava, Randy Taylor and Mario Geodeffery.

 

Página 2

  • SAUA 'Speak Out' Feeding the
  • The Student's Role
  • Coed Encounters Latin Lovers
  • Reflections on Graduation

Pies de foto

  • CHURCH OF SANTA PRISCA, TAXCO.

Página 3

  • Student From Philippines Feels at Home in Mexico
  • 'Janus' Malies Storiny By Jeff Curtis
  • Puebla Freshmen Visit UA Campus
  • Israeli Speaks
  • Landscapin,g Course Taught Next Quarter
  • Econ Prof Visits UA
  • Landscapin,g Course Taught Next Quarter

Pies de foto

  • CAYCO
  • VARIATIONS ON A PICASSO-The style and method of Pablo Picasso is refflected in this painting by UA art major johanna Parchern. By en1ploying the famous artist's techniques, she attempts to understand his attitude toward the visual world and the realm of paint and canvas
  • MRS. URRECHAGA- With Art Department Chairman Merle Watcher.
  • BAKLANOFF

Página 4

  • UA Vols Drop First Two Games
  • SECOND BASE By Jon Smuecker
  • Chihuahua Courtmen Triumph With Ease
  • Ancient Art of Self Defense Develops into Modern Sport
  • Krakowski ls Best Plankman
  • Betas Grab Football Lead

Pies de foto

  • A HANDOFF TO CHIHUAHUA?-Mike Rios of the UA Volunteers barely gets his feet off the court in his bid for a basket while a Chihuhua player flies into the air and snatches the ball away. Photo by Phil Matteson
  • PARRIED- UA fencing instructor Ned Madonia deftly Parries a lunge from fellow fencink master David Poole, while students in the background observe. The students are learning to work with de epéc. Photo by Phil Matteson

Página 5

  • Delta Sigs Looking for New Pledges
  • Art Student Against Ivory Rebels Tower
  • UA lnstructors To Provide Courses To Calif. Students
  • Nielsen Honored For Thesis Study
  • Dean To Wed
  • Christmas in Mexico a Season of Festivity, Religious Devotion

Pies de foto

  • UNFINIHSED WORK- Widely-traveled student Paul Reilly poses next to one of his current pintings. In it he is attempting to see and record a spectrum of colors in subjects which the layman would regard as black and white. Photo by John Matteson
  • CHRISTMAS PLOT- Children in alameda Park discuss Christmas plans with three Wise Men. Photo by Marilú Peace
  • FOR SALE- Marjets throughout México display piñatas, and the climax of many Christmas fiestas Photo by Marilú Peace

Página 6

  • Fuzzy Faces Back in Fashion at UA

Pies de foto

  • LESTER FRIEDMAN
  • RON LABELL
  • MAC (THE GRUB) MacLAURY
  • CHARLIE DIGGS
  • HUDSON INGRAM
  • STEVE O´CONNELL
  • JIM DAY
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