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.
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.
The first SGWC graduating class receive degrees in Arts, Science and Commerce. The class known as the Guinea Pigs includes the first two graduates from December 1936, and Rita Shane, the first woman graduate.
Loyola Farm, sold by Arthur Decary to Corporation of Loyola College on January 5.