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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol 6, No. 5. May 5, 1943

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W.E.A. lectures have started for this season. They will be held at V.U.C. and in the Trades Hall. The fees range between 3/- and 7/6 for a full course, depending on the number of lectures. A detailed programme can be obtained from Modern Books, Woodward Street.

Wellington City Classes.

China, India. Africa, Russia—4 lectures. Miss T. B. Maurais. Current Events—10 lectures. Mr. C. Quentin Pope.

Biology for the Citizen—10 lectures. Dr. L. Richardson and Mrs. E. Richardson.

Child Study—20 lectures. Mrs. O. M. Grenfell.

Literature of Australia and New Zealand—10 lectures. Prof. I. A. Gordon.

Russian Literature—10 lectures. Dr. N. Danllow.

Art and Temperament—20 lectures. Mr. E. C. Simpson.

Drama and Community—10 lecture's. Madame Maria Dronke.

Social Problems and Human Needs—20 lectures. Dr. E. Beaglehole.

Economics, with special reference to New Zealand—10 lectures. Mr. George Lawn.

Industrial Relations—6 lectures, Dr. A. E. C. Hare.

Music and the Listener—20 lectures. Mr. R. S. Parker.

Public Speaking—12 lectures. Mr. A. Eaton Hurley.

Lower Hutt Class.

International Relations—10 lectures.

Prof. G. W. von Zedlitz.

For further information or to join a group communicate with Mrs. Mar[unclear: garet] Dunningham, Trades Hall, Vivian Street, C.2. Tel.: W.E.A., 55-488; Res., 40-572.