Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 33, No. 1 18 February 1970
The resignation early this month of the Women's Vice-President reduce our nominally eight-man Executive to a mere five souls four elected and me co-opted so that there can be a quorum and the business of the Association done.
Four resignations, out of eight, since the elections and before the work of year has even begun.
Another election at a cost of $200 to the Association (i.e., students).
So short a time ago, it seems, certain individuals were campaigning ferociously for positions which, once achieved, were quixotically cast aside. The only doubt in my mind is where the bulk of the blame lies with the unstable, gormless twits who so often get elected to control student affairs or with the average, ordinary run-of-the mill, common-or-garden rank and file who put them there.