Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 7, No. 3. May 3, 1944
Since the beginning of this year the number of outside letters and contributions for "Salient" has been very heartening. We take this opportunity of thanking those writers. Their number is, however, still far too small. A small, part-time staff has great difficulty in covering all College activities. Outside reporters can help us immensely. Write for us—articles, letters, criticisms or reporta, and address them to "Editor, Salient," before the Wednesday preceding the relevant issue. (Men's Common Room letter rack or "Salient Room letter box.) It would also be appreciated if you would submit your copy legibly written on one side only of halved-foolscap paper, preferably double spaced. This saves a tremendous amount of re-writing.
If it is necessary to edit copy this is done as painlessly as possible—only padding is removed. You again can help here. Write your contribution out in full, then re-write it into half the length. It will be more lucid, brighter, more easily read. Your original ideas gain strength as unnecessary words are eliminated.
The possibility of doubling the size and frequency of "Salient is now arising. To achieve this we require a dependable team of contributors.
Will you be one of them?