Salient: Victoria University Students' Newspaper. Vol. 24, No. 11. 1961
I. It is proposed to form a club to be known as the Apathetic Club in the Victoria University of Wellington. The club will seek affiliation to the Students' Association.
II. (a) The object of the Club will be to further apathy in all its manifestations in all fields of student life.
(b) The purpose of the grant for which the Club will apply to the Students' Association on affiliation will be to enable members to be more apathetic more often in more comfort.
III. (a) Only apathetic students will be eligible for membership. Lack of apathy is hereby decreed unconstitutional.
(b) Any person conducting him or herself or encouraging, forcing or otherwise inducing any person or persons whomsoever to conduct themselves in an unapathetic manner will not be eligible for membership and will, if already a member, be expelled from the club.
(c) Members shall be known as Apathetes. They shall conduct themselves at all times in an apathetic manner.
IV. All persons desiring, aspiring, intending or otherwise hoping to become non-members are hereby notified that they are required to signify such intention in writing to the club Immediately. All persons failing to notify the club of their desire for non-membership will automatically be registered as members.
V. (a) Meetings shall be held at the discretion of the committee.
(b) i. All persons failing to attend such meetings and not offering apologies for such defection will be automatically declared members.
ii. All persons attending such meetings are behaving in a violently unconstitutional manner and will be expelled from the club.
Students wishing to become non-members are required to answer by letter addressed to "Apathy." and placed in the pigeon-hole labelled "a" in the Executive Office.