A. Lateef, president of the Fijian Students Society at the University of Canterbury, with the ingredients for a feast to celebrate the independence of Fiji.
University students at Lincoln College perform a kidnapping of Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, and Norman Kirk.
Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, arrives at Lincoln College. [Frames 26 to 29] Keith Holyoake. [Frames 30 to 31] Norman Kirk.
Leader of the opposition, Norman Kirk, kidnapped by students at Lincoln College.
Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, and Norman Kirk, visit Lincoln College.
An audience at Lincoln College listens to a speech given during the visit of Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake. [Frames 33 to 34] Buildings at Lincoln College.
Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, visits Lincoln College.
An audience at Lincoln College listens to a speech.
Portraits of Charles Upham Scholarship recipient, Philip Driver, 18.
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Members of the University of Canterbury French club in Akaroa for Capping Week.
Patricia Callaman, Jenni Petrie, and Mary Spark packing the capping magazine for University of Canterbury.
Otago University students, from left, Bruce Lawry, Brian Miller and Kevin Hayward take a break at the Waitaki River from pushing a coffin for Operation 21 from Dunedin to Christchurch.
Horticulture students, Fiona Waghorn (left) and Shakunfala Solanki, trying alcohol free drinks at Lincoln College as part of Alcohol Alert Week.
Portrait of Mr Frank Lee, a journalism student at the University of Canterbury who was the first to come to New Zealand under the Aspac Scheme (Asian and Pacific Council).
Cambodian university students Chhuy Lim Huor, Au Hieng Chhay, Lim Muy Hong, and Chea Chhin, meeting with David Cuthbert, president of the Canterbury Students Association, at Christchurch Airport.
Professor R. T. H. Bates (left) and doctor of philosophy students Kathy Garden (centre in frames 1-3) and Richard Fright of the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Canterbury.
Views of students preparing the floats for the Capping week procession 'Procesh' float at Bishop Julius Hotel.
Views of students of Rolleston House at the University of Canterbury working on a papier mache float for the capping procession.
Views of parked vehicles outside the School of Engineering at the University of Canterbury on Creyke Road in Ilam.
University of Canterbury students Leah Kininmonth, Sarah McCallum and Wendy Kerr dancing in Cathedral Square on the shortest day of the year.
Otago University students pushing a coffin to raise funds for Operation 21 in Cathedral Square outside the Chief Post Office building. Pictured are, Bruce Lawry (left) and Kevin Hayward (right).
Views of students participating in the university bike race in the Avon River passing under the Hereford Street bridge.
Views of floats manned by University of Canterbury students participating in the capping week Capping Procession 'Procesh' in the central city.