SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1930. Volume 1. Number 2.
Letter to the editor of SMAD [from C. S. Plank]
Dear Sir,—The following Students' Association activities are recorded:—
|(1)||The College Council have declined to permit the raising of the Students' Association levy at present.|
|(2)||Permission has been granted for the use by the College of Electors of the Council room.|
|(3)||The Professorial Board declined to permit student representation on that Board when the Rhodes Scholarship nominations were being considered.|
|(4)||The Professorial Board has been requested to revive the welcome to new students which has not been held for some years.|
|(5)||Permission has been granted, subject to certain conditions, for the furniture from the men's common room to be used on the occasion of big dances.|
|(6)||The Executive have recommended to the other three colleges that the activities of the N.U.S. should be limited to external activities, and that a new organisation, provisionally called "The New Zealand Students' Association," be formed to govern internal affairs.|
|(7)||The glassing-in of the gymnasium balcony and alterations to the kitchen are under way.|
|(8)||The Executive have decided to issue "blue" certificates for "blues" gained prior to 1929. These may be obtained at a cost of one shilling per certificate, by making written application to the Secretary of the Students' Association, giving sport and date of award.|
C. S. Plank,Hon. Secretary, V.U.C.S.A.