Salient. Official Newspaper of Victoria University of Wellington Students Association. Vol 40 No. 11. May 23 1977
Back to status quo
Back to status quo.
In the end the motion was put after a procedural motion and carried, leaving S.R.C. policy in almost exactly the same stale as it was before Bruce Robinson's motion first came up.
Reports were next on the agenda and everyone settled down to hear about the fun and games at May Council from Lindy Cassidy — some being so well-settled as to fall asleep. It was announced that NZUSA will be investigating concessions based on the ISIC card in suburban and national rail services, a service which if implemented will be very useful to students.
On another aspect of student finances, we are not now having a Bursaries March since it was found that most other campuses, including Auckland who put forward the idea in the first place, are not willing to come out on a march. However, there will still be a National Day of Action on Bursaries (June I 7) and ideas put forward for this are leafletting, letter writing campaigns and posters to lead up to forums on the day.
A pamphlet on Industrial legislation is to be produced by the General Vice-President of NZUSA (David Tripe) while the President herself(Lisa Backsen) will be undertaking work on opposition to the findings of the Royal Commission on Contraception Sterilisation, and Abortion.