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Online issue contents


The interweb is called the googletubes for a reason. It is very messy. Information doesn’t necessarily sit in a logical order for you to find it. So here is the contents for this week.

Entire Issue

All articles that are in Issue 11 of Salient will be tagged with the issue number and year and can be accessed here.

Cover Story

The State of Religion in NZ


The Budget
Shirley’s words
Religion is cool
The Forgotten People

Regular bits

The Long Goodbye
Belly Dancing + Real Estate x Helicopter = Tertiary Education Fail
Latimer defiant over Food bank mishap
Muted boycott raises points
Library suspends non-urgent purchases
English Premier League Review
Auckland students rally against National candidate


teh grammerz
Where the Wild Things Are
Wong View
Sando says
Echoes from the Bamboo Forest


Desperate Times
Red Bull Studio Live Highlights
The Apollo Association
All Kiwi music is good. Yeah right.
Parachute: An Angel at my Turntable
The Story of the Midnight Youth -or- Flogging a Dead Horse
Visual Arts
When the wind blows
Trouble is my Business
Let the Right One In
A Song for the Ugly Kids
The Burn
Beer + Food

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Salient is a magazine. Salient is a website. Salient is an institution founded in 1938 to cater to the whim and fancy of students of Victoria University. We are partly funded by VUWSA and partly by gold bullion that was discovered under a pile of old Salients from the 40's. Salient welcomes your participation in debate on all the issues that we present to you, and if you're a student of Victoria University then you're more than welcome to drop in and have tea and scones with the contributors of this little rag in our little hideaway that overlooks Wellington.

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  1. Tim A. Rufus says:

    Where’s the link to the somewhat witty song I wrote about Joel Cosgrove?

    You know the one that was relevant like two weeks ago?

    It seems to be absent from both the music and the letters section (although a rather good letter of mine is there).

    I am currently working on an epic piece about the cat that waits at the crossing outside Kelburn Park for cars to stop to the tune of The Rolling Stone’s Sympathy for the Devil. I call it Sympathy for the Cat That Waits at the Crossing outside Kelburn Park for Cars to Stop.


  2. Hank Scorpio says:

    “Weird Tim” Rufus Yankovioc.

  3. Jackson Wood says:

    Tim: There you go. Just for you. I also have a present for you in the office!

  4. Graeme Edgeler says:

    The comics aren’t all that readable…

  5. Hank Scorpio says:

    Graeme Edgeler missing his monday morning funnies

  6. kerry says:

    i just have a lot of feelings…

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