Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 22, No. 1. March 2, 1959
[Letter from Hungry to Salient Vol. 22, No. 1. March 2, 1959]
Sir,—With the beginning of a new year of study close at hand, may I express my hope that the cafeteria will provide more and better fare for students this year. Last year the A.G.M. of the students' association passed a motion that the meals were low in quantity. This motion was a genuine complaint and was supported outside A.G.M.
The president, Mr D. Wilson, made representations to the cafeteria and there was a marked improvement in the quantity of the meals for a few weeks. Unfortunately the standard of meals slipped and in the final few months of last term no traces of Mr Wilson's pleas could be seen in cafeteria meals.
A satisfying meal at a reasonable price is all I ask. Can something be done about it this year?
(Salient proposes to watch this.—Ed.)