Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

University of the Americas Collegian

Vol. 22, No 10.

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

miércoles 28 de mayo, 1969

Página 1

  • Revolution Ahead For UA Art Dept.
  • Arts Festival Rolls Onward
  • Peace Corps Sponsors Talks

Pies de foto

  • PROPOSED PLANES- Remodeling of the "Hancienda" will approximate this drawing. Formerly knwon as the Hacienda Santa Catalina de San Andrés. It will be the future home of the art and anthropology deparment when the University moves to Cholula, Puebla, in the summer of 1970. Drawing by Paul Reilly.
  • TEACH ME TONIGHT-Danny Page (for left) delivers a line in the Spring Art Festival's "Ralph Roister Doister", a slap-stick sex farce debuting today at 3 p.m Other cast members. from left to right,are Nisa Leydecker, Dan Dockstader, and the drama´s director, Rosa Rivas.
  • BACK AT THE RANCH - This is the Hacienda, built during the 18th century. It was headquarters of a cattle and dairy operation that lasted over 200 years.

Página 2

  • How To Play Games
  • Paradise Regained In Modern Times
  • Try Feeling, Not Analyzing Art
  • Where Is It?
  • Poem by Ela Arad

Pies de foto

  • Kirsh
  • Farley
  • Catron
  • UMRELLA IN THE DESSERT-Post-Conquest Indians executed this painting inside a cave in the State of Sonora. Paintings in this style can be found through northwest Mexico and the southwest of the United States.
  • CEREMONIAL SCULPTURE-This stone piece represents a water bird, probably, probably a heron. It was made during the classic period, about 500 A.D., by Indian artisans in the Gulf Coast area of Veracruz. To art historians it is known as a "palma" and it´s related to the "hacha", or axe, an art form popular on the coast of Mexico.

Página 3

  • Film Club Schedules New Lineup
  • Exotic East Discovered By Seasones Traveler
  • Student In Used Association Book Trade
  • Art Department Expansion
  • Executive VP Helps Rocky
  • California Hot Foot Freaks Out In Forest
  • Student-Artist Holds Exhibit, Knocks Apathy of Urban Areas

Pies de foto

  • CAMEL RIDER-Mrs. Collen Barros, daughter of a U.S. State Department official, recalls her adventures in the Middle East, surrounded by souvenirs of her stay there. Photo by John O´Leary.
  • JAY JOHNSTONE.
  • STUDENT-ARTIST- UA Grad student Joseph Hogan stands beside one of his paintings on exhibit through June 11 at the Instituto´s Galeria de Nuevos Valores. Photo by John O´Leary.

Página 4

  • The Garden
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