Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 7, No. 1 March 28, 1944
The Executive has met and deliberated during the vacation, but without overmuch enthusiasm, we hear. Meetings have dragged and attendances have been poor. Now that Tournament has been canceled, however, we may hope for more interest and enthusiasm in other student activities.
Students have been dissatisfied for some time with the way the Executive has been handling its responsibility of welding the College into a united body. Of course this demands more co-operation from the students, but it Is felt that the Exec, should give a better lead in student activity.
Now, more than at any other time, study must be our first consideration, but it is our duty to assist the war effort wherever possible and to support enthusiastically the world anti-Fascist student movement. With this end in view, we regret that plans to hold a National Student Congress in Wellington this year have fallen through.