Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 36, Number 17. July 18th, 1973
A very healthy development of late has been the establishment of student working groups which are looking into various aspects of university life e.g. assessment, the expectations of first year students and what they actually find etc. Information about these groups can be found on the fixed noticeboard on the left hand wall of the Union foyer as you go into the Cafeteria.
More recently an informed group of staff and students (Students and Staff Relations Advisory Committee — Sasrac) has undertaken to provide an opportunity for people from both side of the fence to perhaps cross it in an informal atmosphere. Basically Sasrac is a project whereby for one lunchtime a week (Monday 12—2) and one evening a week (Wed 5—7) the lounge and smoking rooms will be made available to all who wish to come and discuss and drink modest amounts of liquor while doing so. The aim is not inebriation but socialisation, so that the functions are open both to those who do and those who do not wish to drink.
Sasrac will come into operation from Wednesday, July 18.