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Online issue contents

We wouldn’t put an entire issue of Salient exclusively on the internets without providing you with a comprehensive list of where everything is, just like there is in your Sex for dummies guide. Or, fuck it, just go read the letters.

Entire issue

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

Cover Story

Convergence Rules, OK


Illegal flower tributes
Home taping is killing music
What is the internet?

Regular Bits

Salient Rates
Probing the punters
Faces to Deface
The Darkroom
Study Hard
The Ginger Chronicles


President’s Column
Vice President (Education)
International Officer


2010 Budget Announcement
“Unrelated and unplanned events” to blame for Undie “disruption”
Prof picks up prize
I vaaaaant your blood
Oh dear, what can the matter be…
New Zealand’s democracy “up for sale”?
Master writers to hold Master classes
In the Week that Wasn’t: Study Confirms Vic Quad “A bit Shit”


Ask Candy Badger
That’s So Gay
Laying Down the Law
The Reverse Sweep
Sport: Countdown to the World Cup
Yo Mama Shoulda Told You This
Politics with Paul
The Lyons Share
FM, BM Nius


Theatre! With Uther Dean
So bad it’s exquisite: Examining our love of hating
Florence and Giles by John Harding
Sleigh Bells—Treats
The Wild Hunt—The Tallest Man on Earth
Expo 86

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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. Alpha says:

    Too few trolls on this web-floor.

    Also, why can’t we comment on letters? I cbf e-mailing you a ‘letter’, but I can be bothered writing a comment.

    Go figure? It’d just be way fun to instantaneously bitch about stuff, rather than wait for a whole week and forget about the specificities of the letters that people are responding to.

    One more thing. Why are the letters only online for this week? If you want to increase traffic, it makes sense to put the most popular item here, as well as in print.

  2. Ta-daa says:

    Yea letters online would be fab. A full downloadable version like the Critic has would also be fab.


  3. runawaynowrunawaynowrunawayfromheeeerrreee says:


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