Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 33, No. 6 6 May 1970
Graduands' dinners will again be subsidised this year by the Association.
At an SGM on 22 April a motion calling for no subsidy for the graduands' dinners was lost.
Bill Logan in moving the motion, said he believed that graduates were earning enough money from their jobs and bursaries to be able to pay for the dinners themselves He said that over S600 would be saved if the dinners were not subsidised.
Margaret Bryson, the President, said she believed there should be a subsidy. She said that the Capping Balls were expected to make a $1,200 profit. "This means we are making about a $200 profit out of the graduate functions," she said.