The headlines of 2003 paled in comparison to those of 2002. Especially in the aftermath of the Sept. 9 protests and cancellation of Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech. However, this past year brought with it the remnants of 2002 with the appointment of a campus mediator, dissatisfaction with Sept. 9 inquiries, the demand for a racism inquiry and a conflict and peace resolution academic series. But, this year also brought in a wind of change with the election of CSU executive Evolution not Revolution and a Concordia administration adamant need to focus on Concordia’s success by priding itself on enrollment increases and the inauguration of the Richard J. Renaud Science Complex.
Here’s a look at the year that was.
Concordia administrators appointed a new campus mediator, Peter C