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Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 27, No. 10. 1964.

Maori Studies

Maori Studies

Maori studies will be taught at Victoria next year, says the annual report of the executive. This will be taught by Dr. Margaret Rae.

Other points from the report include:

• The chair of Anthropology and Maori Studies is to be filled during 1965.

• Executive have taken action to press for earlier publication of the University Calendar.

• The Education sub-committee is preparing a handbook for freshers on study methods to be distributed in the 1964 tour of schools.

• Instead of an executive vice-president chairing the education sub-committee, a portfolio of education should be instituted.

• Damage to the extent of £60 was done to student property last year.

• Until properly designed common-room furniture is installed, repairs will probably continue to be costly.

• The union and association facilities will have to expand considerably beyond the present plans to cope with the expected 10,000 students predicted by 1985.

• It would be valuable if the association treasurer could take office on February 1 of each year, with his election taking place in the third term.