The Spike or Victoria University College Review 1935
And now for the baby of the College clubs (the Students' Association doesn't have to carry this one!) And whence its obscure genesis? Ah! Paul Robieson so inspired the faithful few aesthetically appreciative, that relief from the eternal bickering and unrest characteristic of College movements (Peace, etc.) asserted itself in Song. The only musical organisation in the College? Spike blushes to admit it.
Our activities? The Students' Association's Stein-way Grand and a number of voices of quality (they have to be heard to be believed) have provided those who pass by as we practise with ample cause for wonderment; the Dramatic Club, at whose revue we give our premier performance, are apprehensive: our artistry knows no bounds.
Shall a student live by intellect alone? Granting the truth of the Spike editorial, our policy must be one of active campaigning for artistic culture in the university.