Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 36, Number 21. 5th September 1973
This Thursday is closing date for publications' applications for 1974.
Applications are open for Salient Editor, Advertising Manager, Handbook Editor, Cappicade Editor. Distribution Manager and Publications Board Treasurer.
To date, few applications have been received which is somewhat alarming, because it is the editors of these publications who are responsible for the content of them and this should be of interest to all students.
If you have ever thought what sort of paper Salient should be, now is the opportunity to do something constructive about it. Apply, any student has the right to.
Candidates will be interviewed at a meeting on Thursday night, and the choice of editorship will depend on such things as previous experience, willingness to work long hours, and other technical matters.
There must be many students who have some desire to work on extracurricular activities and in this respect, we encourage you to come along on Thursday night to meet the Publications Board, and perhaps offer your services for work on any three of the publications.
It you have any thoughts at all about applying for an editorship, please get a note to me today.
The rising flood of revisionism and meat prices suffered another blow this week when they were uncompromisingly attacked by "Salient' workers Neil Pearce. Bruce Robinson and David Tripe.
Exploiting contradictions as" well as the IBM typesetting machine were Claire Smith and Meg Bailey, who declared their unfaltering determination to bring down multinational corporations. Rendering valiant support to the revolutionary vanguard were Gordon Campbell, Peter Tyler. Stephen Hall. Tony Ward, Lloyd Wreber, Helen Pankhurst, Jonathan Hughes, Katherine Baxter and Gordon Clifton. Bunny Wilson (tea). Lyndsay Rea (fudge) and Wong Ah Fo (transmogrified toast) manned the commissaria while Keith Stewart and Roger Steele recorded on film for future people's courts the misdeeds of capitalists.
Feverishly thumbing through 13 volumes of Joseph Stalin's 'Collected Works' to provide the workers with a correct line was Peter Franks, who assisted the versatile Steele in editing the issue.