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Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 28, No. 7. 1965.

Work Time Halved

Work Time Halved

Says Boshier; "And we will go down to Parliament And we will give the government . . ."

Says Boshier; "And we will go down to Parliament And we will give the government . . ."

Salient Reporter

Students who opened their calendars only to see they were required back at Victoria on March 8 will not be happy to know that this year they will have only 10 days (10-27 October), between the end of the third term and the commencement of finals. The Professorial Board makes the recommendation for the weeks of the University term to the Council after taken into consideration the dates of Easter and Labour Day.

Examinations must be started directly after Labour Day so that results are available for job applicants and scholarship holders before the end of the year. The dates of terms are approved by the Council and also the Education Committee, on which there are student representatives. Last year the Education Committee recommended that there should be at least one week and one weekend between the end of the third term and the beginning of Final Examinations. This year's results may show if this length of time is sufficient.