Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 19, No. 1. March 2, 1955
At this time of the year it is our pleasant duty to welcome bock to VUC those old hands, and express the pious hope that they are acquiring something more than n formal educational training; that they are bearing in mind the development of their own unique personalities and that they will continue to toke o lively interest in student affairs. To those arriving for the first time we will offer no words of wisdom because you will get those in due course during Orientation Week. To our colleagues on the teaching staff we say only that we trust that this year will see an increase in the goodwill between staff and students.
On the other hand we have to observe that Salient will in the next issue begin a new era of journalism at Victoria: we hope to keep the student informed on college matters and also to assist him or her to broaden their education.
Both the S.C.M. and the University Catholic Society conferences held recently suggest that we take an active part in living Christian lives and apply those same Christian principles embodied in the Sermon on the Mount to our student lives.
Go to your study, then, with renewed vigour and determination, confident that you will apply yourself to the best of your ability, and remember that at Victoria you have unrivalled opportunity of living life in its fullness if you so choose.
This issue of Salient has been produced by the Editor Brian Show, Mr. E. A. Wood-field Mitt G. Cameron. Mr. R. Barber, and other. To there, my thanks: the nest issue of Salient will be published on Thursday, March 10th: watch for it.