Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington N.Z. V.U.C. Students' Association Annual Elections, 1952
Pauline is now back at V.U.C. after a year in the United States as one of our youngest Fulbright Scholars. She is a keen supporter of Congresses at Curious Cove, and became well known at the first two.
A part-time student she has assisted with Salient and with the Political Science Journal, and has always taken a lively interest in student affairs, particularly cultural clubs.
Pauline works as a journalist in Wellington, and supports a more vigorous public relations policy. She considers that more and better Common Room facilities are an urgent necessity if Victoria is to develop before the millenium of the new Student Union building, more of the corporate spirit she found so strong in American universities. (She does not want to hire a football team, regarding the present set-up as delightfully adequate.) Pauline, who has completed an M.A. in English, is now taxing philosophy, and can devote more time and energy to student affairs.
Nominator: J. Milburn.