Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 9, No. 4 April 17, 1946
It seems time that the students made some complaint about the Cafeteria meals, which hardly seem worth the 1/9 we have to pay for them. With so many students eating there every night, surely to goodness the Caf. makes sufficient money to buy more food and so fill our plates a little more. For example, with cabbage so cheap just now (about 3½d. a lb. retail) would it take too much from the profits if sufficient were bought to give us more than one spoonful?
With no other cafeteria handy to the College, all the students requiring tea are forced to go to the Caf. and it surely does them no good to go up to lectures afterwards still hungry. I am sure I have the support of many other students who like a decent meal.—I am, etc.,
(Read article in this issue—if you're not satisfied, why not see Mrs. Shillson?