Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Collegian

Vol. 23, No 13.

Cholula, Puebla, México (Apartado Postal 507, Puebla, México.)

miércoles 15 de julio, 1970

Página 1

  • UA Opens Cholula Campus.
  • Survey Shows Student Ire Centers on Cafeteria
  • Top Artists Open Campus Exhibits

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Change Of Scene – Spacious gounds with acres of new green grass, trees, a small, quiet lake, stately colonial style buildings and the majestic barkdrop of snow-capped Popocatépetl and lxtacihuatl set the scene at the University of the Americas new campus at Cholula as students stop to talk, hurry on to classes or sit and study in an atmosphere completely different from that of the old Mexico City campus.
  • Foto 2: Yañez
  • Foto 3: McBride
  • Foto 4: Moreno
  • Foto 5: Hannah
  • Foto 6: Espinoza
  • Foto 7: Mann

Página 2

  • New Spirit Needed To Match New Campus
  • Campus Survey Results
  • 'Nor Rain, 'Nor Dark, etc. Stayed This Swift Move
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Victims' View of Cholula Move

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Linda
  • Foto 1: Bill
  • Foto 1: Dr. Schlloser
  • Foto 1: Alfredo

Página 3

  • LA Population Crisis Is Here
  • UA Founder Henry L. Cain Dies In Texas
  • Cholula Pyramid Spans Christian Era
  • Collegian Welcomes Articles
  • Orozco Director of Tech Institute
  • Cooper Injured 1n Car Wreck

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Attraction – Against the majestic backdrop of the volcano iztacihuatl stands the Cholula Pyramid, the world's larges in terms of mass. Actually a series of structures superimposed upon another and covered completely by earth, rocks and shrubbery, the pyramid began as a scattered colecction of altars on the time of Christ.
  • Foto 2: An Expert Speaks – Dr. James H. Street (center), Professor of Economics at Rutgers Unwersity and one of the leading authorities in the U.S. on Latin American development economics, talks with UA Economics Professor Vinod Vyasulu (left) and a UA economics student.
  • Foto 3: Cain
  • Foto 4: Orozco

Página 4

  • A Day in Pursuit of Knoledge at the New UA

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Drink deep, or taste not. —Pope
  • Foto 2: His student dassnt doze and does. And that's what teaching is, and was. —D. McCord
  • Foto 3: Where the quiet-colored end of evening smiles. —Browning
  • Foto 4: Those move easiest who have learned to dance. —Pope
  • Foto 5: She from old fountains doth new knowledge draw. —G.E. Woodbury
  • Foto 6: Ah God. Had I but studied in my youth. —Villon
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