Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University College, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 21, No. 10. August 6, 1958
Having previously said something of the lectures, at least by implication, let me now say something about the lecturers.
Not only are they a very interesting bunch, but also a bright crowd who add quite a decided tank to Congress social life. They are as stimulating at parties as they are on the lecture platform and in provoking discussion. The formal lecturer—student relationship breaks down in the convivial atmosphere of Curious Cove and a spirit of bonhomie prevails.
If, despite the eloquence of my eulogy, you are not yet convinced that attending Congress is the best use to which you can put that last week of January, '59, get someone else to confirm this fact. Any "old hand" will endorse my opinion.
So, if you're the social type, come to Congress; if you're the intellectual type come to Congress; if you have problems, if you have no problems, if you like talking, if you like listening, if you like doing neither, then Congress is the place for You. In fact if I haven't said it before, Come to Congress.
Jan Nyhan, Congress Committee, Otago University.
This year's Congress dates are: Friday, 23rd January, '59, to Friday, 30th January. Application forms will be available at your Students' Association office at the beginning of October. Information on costs and travel arrangements is available from the same source.