Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 14, No. 5. May 24, 1951
They also Serve
They also Serve
Mr. algie in dominion, March 29, 1951. "too many students went to university .... many went unprepared to take full advantage of the curricula and not qualified to do so anyway." He might have mentioned that many people never stayed at varsity long enough to take an interest in extracurricula activities. A large number of freshers attend lectures not university. Perhaps this is the fault of the various college clubs.
It is pleasing to see that a lightbulb has been renewed near the telephone vestibule. However, a writing-ledge and an up-to-date, less dog-eared directory would be a convenience.
Too bad that more accommodation is not provided at Exec, meetings for those people who wish to listen to President O'Brien's pungent and occasionally amusing remarks.
£130 was spent on the magazine-rack and partition in the common common-room last year. Now, how about some magazines! Although there are many of this year's, and 1950 and 1949 publications, there are some which, date back to 1942. It seems that only one club takes any interest, in informing other students of their activities.
Where are magazines sponsored by the Charter Club, the Literary Society, and other clubs? Perhaps the Association could subsidise the purchase of some current magazines.
"Home wanted, for cat, good ratter and mouse killer. Apply Exec, room." Surely all the pests in Exec. room aren't exterminated yet.