Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 18, No. 7. June 10, 1954
Members of the executive have necessarily a specialised knowledge of matters which need not concern the individual student. The writer also regrets that not one member of the Association, apart from himself and the editor of "Salient," have exercised their privilege to attend executive meetings during the last year. True, much of the discussion centres around routine and possibly boring subjects—but there have been several important meetings at which no student was present. The fault does not lie in lack of publicity—the minutes of each meeting are posted on the main notice-board after each meeting and must remain up for at least seven days. Thus students are not well-informed upon the activities of the executive. They have to rely upon the medium of "Salient" for their information—admittedly it is much easier that way.