Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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University of the Americas Collegian

Vol. 23, No 5.

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

jueves 29 de enero, 1970

Página 1

  • Judicial Board Examines Recent SAUA Expenditures
  • University Mourns Former Associates
  • New M.A Degree Slated
  • Foundations Board Meets
  • PR Director Grimse Resigns from Post
  • Enrollment Down

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Advice And Concent – Norman Scheer, student body vice president; Ann Clark, student; and C, Lee Clark, dean of students, listen intently as Alan Zadik, member of the Student Borad, presents the case for the proposed new constitution. The previous constitution was voided last February by Dr. D. Ray Lindley, UA president.
  • Foto 2: Roy Grimse
  • Foto 3: Before The Computer – These students, registred last summer, were photographed before the onset of the new data processing system. The computer, initiated in the fall, has eliminated these bent heads and weary faces.

Página 2

  • Quarterly Must Publish or Perish
  • Are Today's Winners Tomorrow's Losers?
  • Don't Call Us, We'll, Call You
  • Threads and Treads Sack Saks
  • And They All Lived Happily
  • Americans Censured For Conformity

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Ropa Vieja – Sophomore Pat Areias demonstrates UA's latest culture switch as she models traditional winter quarter fashions: poisonous bead necklace, native poncho and huaraches.

Página 3

  • MQR Lacks Finances
  • UA Attracts Prison Guard by Mitchell Niles
  • Pot Means Jail in Mexico
  • Watcher Co-Auhors Book Featuring Mexican Breads
  • IR Students See Village
  • New Students Helped By Ad Hoc Committee

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Would You Trust Your Prisoner With This Man? – Junior psychology major Barnett Eldridge reflects on his three years of experience as a guard at San Quentin Prison in California, where he plans to return to work as a prison psychologist.
  • Foto 2: Pan De Muerto – Pictured here is an example of a festive bread made especially for Mexico's Day of the Dead, photographed against a god's eye, a religious symbol used by the Huichol Indians of Jalisco.
  • Foto 3: Staff Of Life – Another of Wachter's photographs portrays bread in the figure of an elote, or Mexican maize, with two typical native objects: a sarape and a pre-Colombian Totonaca mask.

Página 4

  • Coed Coaches Team But Showers Alone
  • Latest Roundball Hoop Stars Boost Mexico City Magicians
  • Judicial Board...
  • Sports Not All Black and
  • Mountains Offer Mystique Of Psychodelic Experience

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: The Swimmer – Enticing Linda Hollenshead, sports enthusiast of no small renown, exhibits some of her finer qualities while waiting for UA´s Olympic pool to fill up.
  • Foto 2: Fred's Friends – Fred Hare, a popular man both on and off the basketball court, discusses more serious topics with his friends during a break between classes.
  • Foto 3: New Slant On Life – Adrián Acevedo , who has climbed many of the world´s great mountains, pauses briefly on the snowy slopes of Popo to contemplate the brave new world around him. Photo by Rick Ridgeway
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