Explore the timeline of key dates and events in student life history at Concordia and its two founding institutions, Loyola College and Sir George Williams University.
Concordia University community mourns the passing of its first rector, John O'Brien, on December 19.
Concordia Librairies launch new digital research repository (Spectrum) on October 22.
358 students, faculty and staff, 8 dogs and 1 giant Homecoming Bee participate in a 6.5 km walk between SGW and Loyola in first Concordia Shuffle, raising $19,443.85 for student scholarships and fellowships.
Katherine Waters is the first female faculty member (part-time) at Loyola College, in the English Department. Coincidentally, she was also teaching part-time at SGW at that time.
Computer Centre Incident at SGW on the 9th floor of the Hall Building on February 11; 97 people arrested and $2 million damages in a conflict over student charges of racism.
Opening of the PERFORM centre in September.
The People's Potato is founded to fight student poverty.
First annual bridge building contest organized by Civil Engineering Department, looking for the strongest bridge using popsicle sticks. Testing is done with a hydraulic press called the "Crusher".
Radio Loyola officially begins operating and broadcasting on November 4.