Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 15, No. 6. April 24, 1952
Staff v. Student — With a Wry Grin . .
Staff v. Student
With a Wry Grin . . .
English lecturer Dr. Culliford was feeding a Stage III class recently with details of the career of one Richard Rolle, a 14th century English mystic. Like all nice young men of the time he went to university—to Oxford. The centre of learning had moved from Paris to Oxford when a university had been established there, said the doctor. "Oxford then was very much like any present-day university. Except. of course, the staff didn't have Salient to keep them on their toes."