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Salient: Victoria University of Wellington Students' Newspaper. Vol. 32, No. 13. 1969.

Inquiry into Printing

Inquiry into Printing

The Students' Association will submit to the Joint Committee on Student Participation a recommendation that a sub-committee be set up to inquire into changes in print methods.

This results from a motion passed at the Publications Board meeting recently.

The committee should consist of four representatives from the Publications Board, and the convenor of the Professorial Boards Publication Committee.

Such other people as the Joint Committee thinks fit, including members of the University staff who have expertise in printing methods can be added.

The report is to include possible changes in the University's practice in administering the printing of booklets and other material in order that the machinery, manpower and technical knowledge of the University are better co-ordinated for cheaper and less technically inept results.

It will also examine the desirability of changes in the committee structure of the University to facilitate exchange of expertise on printing and publications between the Administration and the Publications Board of the Students Association.

The recommendations which must be ratified by Executive arose from discussion on possible alternative printing methods for University publications.

The Cappicade budget, which included a $100 Editor's fee was approved by the Publications Board.

All individual payments for contributions were read out.

It was moved Wilde/Phelps that payment for the Neville Stodge Cartoon be increased from $12 to $13.

David Harcourt said he wished to publish a poem in Argot which in the opinion of the Legal Adviser might contravene the laws for blasphemous libel.

He suggested a sub-committee be set up to consider the matter.

The matter was referred to Executive.