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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 9, No. 8 July, 3, 1946

A Ten Point Programme

A Ten Point Programme

The new Executive has been elected, and to its members we extend our congratulations. In this issue we present a 10-point programme for its consideration. There is no claim that these are the only questions which should be decided this year, but they are the ones which seem to us to be the most important. Many of them have already been recognised as such, and some attempts have been made to solve them. Some of them are of such immediate consequence that their settlement is a vital necessity. As remarked elsewhere in this issue, the establishment of the University Press marks, in a sense, our coming-of-age. This, together with the large increase in our roll, makes the setting in order of our affairs a matter of moment. This Executive, because of our favourable position with regard to finance, and by reason of the time at which it has come to office, is in a better position to attack these problems than previous Executives have been with the limiting effect of a war. It is with this conviction that we present the programme.