Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University College, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 20, No. 11. August 1, 1957
Progress Across the Tasman — . . . Old Clay Patch
Progress Across the Tasman
. . . Old Clay Patch
It is surprising that, despite the many trips abroad to broaden their outlook, our staff should watch without protest the erection of our new Science Block. Even across the Tasman the Universities there are showing an adventurous spirit in their new buildings. Most noticeable is Wilson Hall, at Melbourne. While some may, and indeed do, criticise this modern venture, it is a stimulating and imposing structure which arouses general interest. They are also building a sports stadium, which, despite an atrocious mural, has light and air, which wilt give a kick to those who see it.
The National University at Canberra recently won an [unclear: architectural] award. The building concerned may not be over daring, but it also is attractive and open.
In some places at least, people are make a difference to the quality of aware that environment is important, our work.
The surrounds in which we work must