Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 25, No. 3. 1962.
Sir,—Until the beginning of this year, we used to have a cloak room in the Hunter Building, just underneath the main stairs.
Now that the room is no longer available, much inconvenience is caused to male students who now have to face two alternatives, both of which are equally unpleasant: They could either leave their coats in the Student Union Building (which are already over-crowded); or they could make use of the racks on the ground floor or in the passage leading to the Old Chemistry Wing.
If the Student Union Building is used, the students have to wait when it rains. And if the rain does not stop, they are marooned in the Hunter Building, minus their coats. If the racks are made use of, you get dark looks from satchel-owners; and you are furthermore confronted with the unpleasant prospect of a soggy, damp raincoat.
Perhaps this letter will remedy the situation.—I am, etc.