Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University College, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 21, No. 6. May 28, 1958
Another Reply . .
Another Reply . . .
|1.||Mr. Schellevis' comments are somewhat emotional and tend to obscure the issues.|
|2.||The Executive is responsible for the magazine because it is the publisher of the same. A senior law student will be happy to explain the legal basis of this to your contributor.|
|3.||The vote on the apology question was carried on voices, and Miss Pointon and Mr. O'Brien abstained. The vote on the censorship motion was carried nem con. on voices. No division was called for by any member of the Executive. There seems little point in "daring" the Executive to publish this information as it is readily available in the copy of the minutes posted on the Executive notice board in the main foyer. If your contributor is unaware of these minutes, he is at liberty to consult the official minute book in the Student Union of lice.|
|4.||I indicated in a letter to the Editor of "Salient" (published in the last issue) which persons were present during the discussion on censorship.|
|5.||The censoring of "Salient" is done by the President of the Union or by his nominee. No guiding principles are laid down, but see my further reply to the Editor in this issue. I have read the copy for this issue.|
|6.||It is not possible to grant a subsidy to "Salient" and to let that management be completely responsible for the magazine.|
B. C. Shaw,