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Salient. Victoria University of Wellington Student's Newspaper. Volume 31, Number 6. April 9, 1968

Coming events

Coming events

Wednesday 17th April. 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Men's and Women's Common Room. Student Study Seminar "Attitudes to Study", Dr. A. J. W. Taylor, and "Science Subjects", Prof. N. F. Barber. 5 to 6 p.m. in the same series, Miss R. Swatland speaks on "Attitudes to Study" and Mr. W. Malcolm on "Science Subjects".

Wednesday 17th April. Combined Common Rooms 7.30 p.m. VUW Pol. Sci. Soc. and Labour Club Wine and Cheese Evening. Tickets from Committee and department secretary.

Wednesday 17th April. 7.30 pm.. Ramsay House. Anglican Soc. Seminar "Priests" introduced by Peter Bates Editor "Church and People".

Thursday 18th April. 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Men's and Women's 'common Rooms. Student Study Seminar. Prof. A. E. Fieldhouse speaks on "Techniques for Efficient Learning". 5 to 6 p.m. in the same series, Prof. C. E. Bailey speaks on the above topic.

Thursday 18th April. Music Department Music Recital. Music by Bach, and Schubert, performed by Ruth Pearl, Frederick Page. Margaret Neilsen.

Friday 19th April. Men's and Women's Common Rooms, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Student Study Seminar. Miss D. Dawbin speaks on "Approaching Examinations". In the evening session 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., Mr. J. Shallcrass speaks on the same topic.

Enrolment For The Above Seminar On Study Techniques Close In The Student Associaion Office On Thursday 11Th April.

Friday 19th April. Memorial Theatre. 12.30 to 2 p.m. Film Soc. screening of "The Pink Panther".

Friday 19th April Lecture Room, 3rd floor new Met. Office, Kelburn, Royal Society Astronomy and Geophysics Section, lecture on "Astrogeology".

Friday 19th April, 7.30 p.m. Room retails later. Debating Soc. "That Pornography is less desirable than censorship".

Friday 19th April-Sunday 21st April. SCM Camp "Conflict of Religion and Ideology". Ngatiawa Campsite. Details, later.

Saturday 20th April. SUB. Commerce and Administration Faculty Ball. Tickets $8.00 double, available from Student Association Office or from Paul Griffen Accountancy Dept.

Tuesday 23rd April. 1-2 p.m. Memorial Theatre. The NZ String Quartet with Ronald Webb. oboe, will give a lunchtime recital. Tickets available at the door 30 cents. Music by Mozart and Shostakovich.

Tuesday 23rd April, Activities Room. Opening of Modern Art Exhibition sponsored by Labour Party Club.

There is still time to join any of the Executive Sub-Committees. Chairmen of Committees are dismayed at the lack of response by students. All subcommittee meetings are notified in Newsheet. Go along and help make Executive responsive to student opinion.

Students are reminded of the Suggestions Book on Cafeteria meals, which is in the Students' Association Office. Any suggestions on menus (within reason) and specific complaints may be registered here. All entries are investigated. Don't just grumble about caf meals, write it in the Suggestions Book.