Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

The Collegian

Vol. 23, No 14.

University of the Americas, Cholula, Puebla, México.

viernes 14 de agosto, 1970

Página 1

  • 'Newspeak' Begun At UA
  • Cafeteria Situation Reviewed
  • Class Schedules Will Be Revised
  • New Clubs Organized
  • Lindley Reports UA In Good Shape

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Gov. Rafael Moreno, Dr, John Hannah (center) , and UA Press, D. Ray Lindley watch the unveiling of UA' s inauguration placque.

Página 2

  • New Program A Step On Road To Excellence
  • Student Organizers Use Initiative And Imagination
  • Happening 103T Alive And Well
  • Who Knows Where The Money Goes?

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Ernesto Mallard's construction paintings and Feliciano Bejar's magiscopiosare still on exhibit on the second floor of the Learning Resources Center.

Página 3

  • Karate Body, Combines Mind, Into One Whole
  • BB Conference Splits In Two
  • Acapulco's Where It's At
  • Bulls To Take Over Town
  • Boys Become Better At Basketball

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Karate instructor ken del valle (right) shows two pupils the proper way to hold the knuckles while delivering a suki punch.
  • Foto 2: Moe's midgets demonstrate a few of the finer points of the sport.
  • Foto 3: Beautiful Acapulco harbor lures thousands of visitors each year with its beautiful. beaches and fantastic nighlife.

Página 4

  • UA'ers dig into Mexico's past

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Archaeology student Bill Fowler carefully excavates the insides of an adobe structure which was discovered at the UA 1 site.
  • Foto 2: These ancient stone figurines are labeled, catalogued and photographed.
  • Foto 3: Field foreman Dave Petersen (left) and Bob Shadow examine pottery fragments.
  • Foto 4: Experience is gained in the laboratory, and also in the field digging and searching.
  • Foto 5: Ninty-five percent is hard work, the remainder is left for the exciting find.
  • Foto 6: Over two million fragments have been found during the past two summers.
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