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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 22, No. 8. August 3, 1959



The general principles on which university reform in Cuba could be based have been circulated by the General University Reform Commission appointed by the Federacion Estudiantil. Among the most important of these principles are the following: revocation of all statutes that might prevent reform, university depuration, revision of texts and programmes, appropriate functioning of the university press, sanctions on students who left the universities in Cuba to study in other countries or in official institutions, establishment of day and night courses in all faculties, elaboration of F.E.U's internal regulations, construction of student residences and restaurants and planning of the new university campus. (C.O.S.E.C. Information Bulletin, Leiden).