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September 6, 2010 | by  | in News |
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New VUWSA van arrives, jokes about sanitary products ensue

The brand spanking new VUWSA van arrived over the holidays, prompting VUWSA exec members to excitedly Gmail chat Salient Editor Sarah Robson.

Robson, who was in Auckland at the time, received several Gmail chats from VUWSA President Max Hardy and and Vice-President (Welfare) Seamus Brady exclaiming about how big the van is.

The new van is white and seats 13 people. This larger capacity compared to the old van means that the VUWSA Exec can now travel as a pack.

Team Salient will be taking the van to the annual Aotearoa Student Press Association Awards, which will be held in Auckland later this month.

Salient’s fully qualified driving staff are fearful of the fact “the gear lever is up by the steering wheel”.

“What is it, a truck or something?” one Salient staffer exclaimed.

“At least the old van had some, uh, personality. This one just looks like a great big unused tampon driving along the road.”

Salient will be tying a piece of string to the tow bar for the trip north.

Clubs will be able to book the van. Salient advises that interested parties talk to VUWSA about this.

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