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SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1930. Volume 1. Number 2.

Letter to the editor of SMAD [from C. S. Plank]

The Editor, "Smad."

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.