Salient. Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 26, No. 8. Monday, July 1, 1963
His Excellency the Governor-General, Sir Bernard Fergusson and Lady Fergusson will pay a traditional visit to the University on Tuesday, July 2, 1963.
After official reception by University dignitaries they will tour the buildings. His Excellency will visit Science departments and the English Language Institute while Her Excellency will visit the Library, the Student Union and the Gymnasium.
Members of the new Executive will be hosts to their Excellencies at a luncheon in the Cafeteria. At the conclusion of their visit, their Excellencies will leave from the front of the Hunter Building.
When students from Victoria University, were guests for five days of the people of Ruatoria, a town on the East Coast with predominantly Maori population, they tried their hand at riding. At Tiki Tiki they cut across country and forded a river. The students are all Asians. Left to right: Robert Lim, Colombo Plan student from North Borneo; Norman Edwards, Ruatoria; Kassim bin Hasbollah, Colombo Plan student from Sarawak; Elias bin Hashim, Colombo Plan student from Malaya; Taib bin Haji Said, from Brunei (Brunei Government student); Boy Tawhiwhirangi, seated behind Taib; and standing, Derek Fox, of Ruatoria.