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SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1933. Volume 4. Number 6.

Ave Atque Vale

Ave Atque Vale

Again we reach the end of the College Year. The 1933 session has come and gone. And despite the fact that that this year there have been fewer students at the College than for some years past, interest in all College affairs has not decreased. With the coming of Weir House, great things have been anticipated, and Weir has, without doubt, made a difference.

This year's session has seen vigorous attacks on the 'Varsity Student by several public men, and by the press. With an astounding lack of sense of proportion, these people held the University up to the public as a den of sedition and revolt. But the stir has passed, and we hope that by now there has come to those concerned, perhaps in some small degree, an understanding of values.

College affairs have not been allowed to lapse to any degree. Clubs have kept going well, and have been strongly supported. Although not very successful at the Annual University Tournament, Victoria was well represented, and will come again.

Therefore we look forward with confidence to 1934. With this issue "Smad" makes its last bow for the year, and extends to the Staff and Students of the College best wishes, and to those who are sitting examination in November—Good-luck.