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"PROMETHEUS" [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 14 January 1949
'PROMETHEUS' The Editors again remind prospective- writers for 'Prometheus'! that the olos jing date for submission of contributions is 1st 5'ebruary, 1 9k9 and that they would be glad to receive them as early as 'possible.. I Contr ibutions are invited from : - fa) Present Students of the College j (To ) Former Students of the College | (c) Present Academic Staff. i v 4 ? . ? I # . Articles are invited on Social, Political and Economic subjects and on. Educa jtion, Peligion and ?Philosophy . In addition Liter ary S tudies, Verse and Short ajStories are -desired. Articles in general should be from 1 ,000 - 2,500 words and 3iShould be forwarded to : ~ 3| lir c Con Groulopoulos j Mulwala House or Dept. External Territories/ I * N.B, -Just over 2 weeks before closing date. - ;?! . ' . . . . i
CRICKET ADE [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 28 January 1949
J CRICKET I '3 h the round just concluded, the University wBif Grade Team lost on the '? hings to the competition leaders Ainslie/ j ? 1 ? - ? ? ? I jhe first day was a hazardous adventure. The rain interrupted the 'B' Grad Is on several occasions and. on resumption' play was e 'ually difficult. For ?e, fielding was a slippery business in the mud, and the howlers could do | with the ball. University batsmen on the. other hand could not handle the .g , as each ball shot through on' the wet concrete. In our score of 97 only lewart, 26, and John Beaumont 2l\} were able to 'stay there'. 'we had two je wickets down for 21 runs when play c eased, but on the second day A ins lie ?a up d2 ( runs in quick time, Derore the innings closed, in tins total | if f itha made ~Jk for Ainslie and John Beaumont took I4 for 65 and Jim Poad |i|7 for University. University was able to avoid an outright defeat, John |ht being successful as an opening bat, Vic Chapman was dismissed for 19 Jhe score was U1 ...
ALTERATIONS TO LECTURE ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 11 February 1949
ALTERATIONS TO LECTURE BOOMS. 1 4 V '??**' i , fiU» I II -I r I I I l- 1' T *' T* l 1 ' — ? ? ? — ?*' ' *? ? *- ?! * ? ? »?'** ' ?*' j I * t. I Last years Students ' who enrol for further s t udies. ,,du^ ing \ 1 9U9 will. I notice many changes in the lay-out of the Co liege pr eift i£e s ; : y re-assemble I for lectures on 1 Uth March, 19^9. This has bee orhe neces sar y in order to make I Accommodation available for eight new lecturers who are joining the College I Academic Staff#, The main hall- is to be decreased in size by erecting a partitioiB Inhere the piliars now tend to'obstruct one ' s view of the dais which will be I j re-erected at the southern end of the hall* The area vacated by the dais will I j become a lengthy ' Common Room iror' students ' and will st ill provide access to the' I I kitchen. The Common Room as used by students last year will be decreased in s izm - j and used as the Staff Common Room and with access to the kitchen. This will be *ja welcome improvem...
N.U.A.U.S. Dis-affiliation from I.U.S. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 25 February 1949
!- ? . y.- b.; ?pis-affiliation 'from I. U.S. ?. The , Nat iorial Union of 'Australian University Students decided at the, .Annual Counc il Meeting at Amid ale-; to dis-aff iliate from the International Union of : 3-tudsnts on the grounds that' it is coOTnunist-con.tr oiled, ' Declaring that the introduction of.I.U.S* politics into N.U»A#U.S. had already b'egun and -would cont inue to disrupt the Austr alian Nat ional Union ? Mr. F BYennan ,( Queensland) exhorted the Council to sever its connection .with I»TJvS.. 'This disruption' , said Mr. Brennan, 'was evidenced 'by the withdrawal of the' Cfanbe rra Univer sity, Go liege : and the Threa tened. withdr awal of his own St ate if t'he Council :decided to r ernain in; I. UvS1'* Seconding the motion Mr. . -Rogers (W.A » ) supported the IDEA of an International Union 'of Student s , st ating how ever that the present I.U.S* was not acceptable in a Christian Society* One of Australia's delegates to I, U.S. Mr, A .C-. . Serle , in a repor...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 11 March 1949
feRESHERS ..WELCOME- -? \WEN? ?? Tills* '= afternoon- at 5 at the College - All. freshers ; ve lc ome - Be in it All other ' students aire invited ( and' ejected) to a tt end - ? ? ANNUAL GEMSAL MEETING. ,. - ..... V ? t ' ' , i The Annual General ; Meeting of the C.U.C^S.A# will be held on Friday f 8tti ? March at 8 p*,m. ALL students are invited AND EJCPECTED to attend, Last year U3 -students att ended*/ 'this ? ye atf the S.B.Q. want to see an increase in that number.. * * . . .* - I ANNUAL. IJEET-ING. SPORTS COUNCIL. . f * This meet ing. will take place immediately after the Annual Gener al Me. e t. ing . ' I 'on Friday 1 8th March. A full attendance is reauested. - I ^mOii'lETHEUS^ ?: 'v.. : ...... : \ * : ? ' ' ? : : ? ? ....... ??.. ? ,\ j ' 'Monday 1^-th March, 19^9 is the date when all contributions are expected to | 'be in the hands of the co-editors , Messrs. B. Haig and C,. Goulogpoulos. If-, you 'I 'need an .additional- day or, so advise Mr, Con Goulopoulos at External ...
SPORTS COUNCIL GENERAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 25 March 1949
JFQgTSjn O1IN flTL _ GENERAL MEETING ,| The following office 'bearers were 'elected for 1 9^9 ? ^ PRESIDENT ... Val Gr&tton ^ ^ _' ' . ... Vice-FRESIDENTS . ... Jirri '?ead '-£ Bruce Hol'gate. SECRETARY . .. Jim .Forner . ??? TREASURER ♦.* R^y F'ercival ' . ? COMMITTEE ... One. Delegate from S.'R.C. and one from the .' . ' Cricket, Tennis & 'Hockey Clubs.. I HOCKEY. ' ' ' '? ? . ? ?? . . ' T All .hockey piayers are reminded that practice will take place at the Reid hockey ground I this Sunday 27th March at 1 0 a.m.. - Be There ' 'I —--—-—— — ?— * ? . (ii CRICKET ' '...'. ' ' ' '1 . : .University 'S' Grade recorded an exciting 1st Innings win over R.M-.G. at Duntroon. Rain,.! ?the previous week restricted the game to one day and R.M.C. having been sent in to bat, had 1 lost ;7 wickets for 121 runs .when their time expired. Univ.ersity then batted and with 12 ,f jriinutes to play and 7 wickets down, needed 23 runs to win, Marshall and Newman hit ' out and ,. I gathered...
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 25 March 1949
JA^NUAL GENERAL MEETING. I '' ' ''' '^ ;'; ' '] The foil owing Students were elected to the Students' gepresenfe't.iy'e \Council -at . the Annual I General Meeting held at the College on Friday night 18th March, ? 1949'; ? '-— — ^ I :.:t ? !r, ..'..-??..'? ' I PRESIDENT ... Don Home ... department E.A. FO321 Ext. 368 I *Vice-PRESIDENT ... Ray Percival ...?:.? '??♦»' '» .. FO321 . Ext. 398' ' ; : ; I SECRETARY ... Max Barton ..... ' ' Stats. FO321' Ext. 334 I TREASURER ... Miss K. Easton ... C. U. :C. ' ... 61 8 ?'' ? I COMMITTEE ... ' N. Piggin--... C.U. C. ;...;- 6Yff' ' ' ' ' I I ' C Schneider. Department -E. k. ?? ; FO3'2'f Ext , 443 : I John Mitchell ? ' ' : Interior ^ff Ext . 1 31 ? I ] ' ? ^ally- Morris f ' Stats. FO^f Ext. 314 ' I [ . -Lem.-Naar ....? ' \ W.£Hsg. 5*1 Y Ext . 122 I ??.?.-?.??AUDITORS. ? ♦? Messrs. J. Peed & B. Holgate. I ' ' - ? .' ?'' I The meeting was attended by 35 Students and business proceeded smoothly. Dueto the '..absence I o/.-:the Treasurer, ...
Contributions. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 April 1949
Contribut i ons * For the time being-, all letters and articles on gehWSl matters*' ^ould be sent to the editors i ' Ray Percival (External Affairs F0321 Ext. 389) Don Home (External Affairs F0321 Ext. 368) Articles on sporting topics, results of matches etc. should be sent ^ our Sporting Editor: Mick Walsh (External Affairs F0321 Ext. 440) All articles should be in the hands of the editors not later uLan midday on the Monday before the Friday on which Student Notes is published. We shall have more to say about Contributions in our next issue * '| ^ ; -'
Future Publication of "Student Notes" [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 April 1949
Future Publication of 'Student Notes1' ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 ' ' ? ? ' 1 ' ? '? The editorship of Student Notes has again changed hands; It is the intention of the new S.R.C* to make this change in editorial staff the ocasion for a break with the past, as far as the publication of this paper is concerned. By this we do not wish to suggest that previous ' ditors have not done all they could in the interests of the paper and we take this opportunity of thanking once more the retiring editor - III??. Scholtens- fo# having kept StUd&ftt Notes in circulation during the past year J fSltpwiftg the that the. Notes; as the students 1 jpapetfj should attempt ,to keep pace with the development Hf the O^iieg#^ w# lecided to discard the old stenlilled sheet and have Studen^_JL6dieJ ? printed a& a fortnightly paper , as soon as practicable# ItT had been hoped that the first printed issue would be made this week - Commencement Week1' »- , but despite strenuous efforts by the editors, wo ...
Failures in Examinations. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 April 1949
.L~ t' Failures i r Examinations . The following extract from a new statute passed by the University of Melbourne in 1948 will be of interest to students: 'Where any Faculty considers that at two successive Annual Examinations any student has not made satisfactory progress in his course, the Faculty may report the circumstances to the Professorial Board. _After giving the student an opportunity of being heard, the Board may determine that the student - (a) be excluded from such course or courses as it shall specify; or ' (b) be limited in any year to such subject or subjects as it shall specify; and the student shall thereupon be so excluded or limited as the case may be. ' The University of Melbourne has brought the statute into effect on the results obtained at examinations during the 1948 academic year.
Entrance to the College. [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 April 1949
Entrance to the College, TheR egistrar has received requests from Departments below the . I College asking that students should only use the doors adjacent to the - 1 main stairway, and NOT those doors which lead to these offices. Students are apparently not only using these doors, when they are leaving « the College, but are unlocking them and leaving them unlocked and open# \* 1 Officers in charge of these Departments would be glad if students \ would refrain from using the doors in question, or at least close and 4 lock the doors behind them when they go out# This seems a very I reasonable request. ' * f
United Nations International Essay Competition [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 April 1949
United Nations International Essay Competition . I The United Nations is holding a contest for the best 2,000 word essay on 'What Must be Done to Make the Universal Declaration of Human Rights a Reality.' v The prize - a travelling fellowship the the United States during the ? present year, and without regard to the present dollar shortage. it For the best Australian essays, the Australian National Committee for the United Nations is offering the following prizes : 3 prizes of 10 guineas, 5 guineas and 2 guineas. c The competition is open to all young people between the ages of 20 and 35. V Full details may be obtained from the Office at the College, or the ] Secretary of the S.R.C. We understand that the response so far has been very ppor« This is rather surprising as we thought that students from External Affairs would have had access to plenty of files from which they could select ? sufficient material for just one essay.* »?
"Moss Vale Pilgrimage-1949" [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 8 April 1949
'Moss Vale Pilgrimage - 1949' Thrills .'and spills,, a bumping pitch and a flying ball, barked shins and a perservering thirst characterised the opening of the 1949 hockey season when the University Club made its annual pilgrimage to Moss Vale to pit wit and brawn against the local populace* Routed out at the unearthly hour of 9 oT clock on the Sunday morning 21 hardy souls accompanied by the bus left Canberra in a blaze. of . brill iart Autumn sunshine. The glories of nature were sacrificed to the wiles of 'Wanda' and the 'Katzen jammer Kids' and by the time 'Real Life 'Stories' had been perused and the remaining pages of the Sunday papers [ skimmed for that extremely odd item of news from the great beyond the * .broad main street of Goulburn was underneath the burning wheels and it was time for lunch. Steak and eggs lightened the hearts though possibly not the stomachs of those who were denizens of the jungle of the Canberra guest house and by the time Moss Vale crept over the hor...
COMMENCEMENT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 22 April 1949
COMMENCEMENT WEEK Yet another Commencement Week has come and gone, and with its exit a few more students have passed through the College portals for the last time, relieved and thankful that many long and weary years of hard work have been rewarded. But as we were reminded frequently on Tuesday night, the search for knowledge never ends, and we hope that their university education will have equipped the new graduates not only to meet the needs of their every day work, but also to continue happily and leisurely to increase and broaden their hard-won knowledge. eW offer our warmest congratulations to those who have successfully completed their courses, but as they leave us we ask of them one thing — please don't put the College out of your minds altogether. Keep in touch with its developments, and join in its social gatherings and functions. For the College depends considerably on the support given it by graduates and others not directly concerned with it. After all, remember that it ...
A WORD FROM THE EDITORS [Newspaper Article] — Student Notes/Canberra University College Students Association — 22 April 1949
A WORD FROM THE EDITORS Here it is, the first printed edition of the 'Notes. ' ' We hope you like it. If yon don't let us know why. It's your paper and we do want you to take an active interest in it. We're open to any suggestions. Don't let us down, give us your views and so enable us to mould this paper to your satisfaction. A word on contributions. At the moment the future of the 'Notes' as a printed job is quite bright, but its continued publication will depend largely on your contributions. For the time being we are relying on articles we have been promised by certain people, but as this is a student 's paper we would much prefer to fill it with contributions from you. Anything, article, short story, poem, item of general interest, anything will be welcomed, but of course, the final decision as to publication must rest with the editors. Come on chaps, take up pen and paper and give it a fling. Who knows what latent spark of literary genius smoulders within him ! Remember, all s...