Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 22, No. 2. March 23, 1959
Elsewhere in this issue we have printed Miss Jenks's Caf report. We don't completely agree with her findings, but are pleased the subject is being debated at last and the executive have found it necessary to have a proper investigation.
It seems that in prodding the collective conscience Salient gave the impression that we were attacking Miss Rosie and her staff. We thought it was clear in the article that this was far from our mind.
If it wasn't let us make it clear now.
This is not a retraction of Salient's stand that there is room for improvement in the cafeteria set-up, simply a clarification that our argument was and is with the executive and not Miss Rosie, whom we realise has got to run her business as she sees fit.
Executive must however, he continually watchful on behalf of the students.
We believe further that Miss Rosie is administering the CAP with the best of intentions; we are disappointed however, that she did not see fit to state her own views in these columns as she originally agreed to do.