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Salient. Official Newspaper of Victoria University Students Association. Volume 40, Number 3. March 14, 1977.



Drawing of a man on a ladder with a brush

Monday 14th March
12-2 PM National Affairs Meeting. Every-body welcome. Topics under discussion include Civil Liberties and Nuclear Warships. Boardroom.
12.30-1.30 PM Meeting for all sports controllers for Easter Tournament. Exec. workroom (behind Student Office).
5 PM Women's Study Group. Lounge and Smoking Room. We encourage all women to come and share with us their knowleadge and experience. Many women are not aware of their oppression and through open friendly discussion we aim to
1.Analyze the cause of women's oppression
2.Actively ensure equal opportunities for women on campus.
3.Heighten an awareness of sexism amongst both men and women.
Tuesday 15Th
12-2 PM Forum on the Deregistration of the [unclear: Boilermakers] Union. Speaker: Con Devitt. Union Hall. Organized by Young Socialists.
1 PM Rowing Club all rowers to meet to arrange crews for Easter Tournament. Boardroom, Students Union Building.
For information ring 739-820.
2.15 PM Union Films Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion Memorial Theatre.
Wednesday 16Th
12-2 PM The Campaign Against Nuclear Warships is meeting in the Lounge. All welcome.
12 Noon Catholic Society Mass. RB819.
5 PM Union Films: 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid' with those great unknowns Paul Newman and Robert Redford. Memorial Theatre.
6 PM Sports Committee Meeting, Boardroom.
8 PM Visual Arts Club A.G.M. Lounge All students welcome (especially 1st year students). Any enquiries to Pippe 851-999 Ext. 858 (work) or 888-285 (home).
Thursday 17Th
2.15 PM Union Films: 'Filmore East' Everybody who is anybody was there Memorial Theatre.
5 PM Catholic Society Mass. Ramsey House. Followed by Tea and Slides. All welcome.
7 PM Volleyball Club A.G.M. Smoking Room. If you want to play for the most successful club in Wellington roll up to this meeting.
Friday 18Th
23.30 PM Teaching and Learning Centre Seminar on Helping Students to Make Better Use of the Library'. All students welcome. Conference Room, 6th floor, Easterfield building.
6.30 PM Sharpeville March in solidarity with oppressed people of South Africa. Assemble Hunter lawn.
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Monday Black arm-band day. Wear one as an expression of solidarity with those who have died under the repression in South Africa. This is Sharpeville Day.
7.30 PM Overseas Students' Meeting to look into the possibilities of forming an organization catering for the needs of overseas students from the Third World Smoking Room.
Tuesday Student Representatives' meeting Lounge and Smoking Room 12-2pm. If your class hasn't got a rep. ask you lecturer to help you elect one. Or come along to this meeting and see what's going on. Everybody welcome.
Thursday Teaching and Learning Centre seminar. Michael Stace (Institue of Criminology) will describe his experiences of making a tape/slide guide 'Criminology and the Library' and will comment on an evaluation by students this year, Conference Room, top floor Easterfield. All students welcome.