Author(s): Jean Sharfe
In 1894 a small group of students formed a committee to provide a voice for fellow students in their dealings with the authorities of Canterbury College. 100 years later the University of Canterbury Students' Association has grown into a large organization concerned with all aspects of student life. This book tells the story of that growth and of the personalities involved. Public events such as Cappng and the drama productions of Ngaio Marsh are recorded, together with less well-known internal wranglings. Ovr 90 illustrations.