Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 27, No. 14. 1964.
The ISC has shown us the new path which will enable students to fulfil their role as a "conscience of society." It has shown us that the old apolitical path of concern only for matters affecting "students as such" is but an overgrown track of past history—a track that ISC left in the middle of the last decade.
It is probably unnecessary for me to comment on the valuable work that the International Student Conference has done and will continue to do. The activities of the organisation are well known—the numerous seminars on various subjects relating to student needs (university reform, higher education, African unity, community development. Asian regional co-operation, anti-illiteracy campaigns, work camps, scholarships and general education assistance to refugees and many other projects).