CREATE A commotion!" The 2004 Yon-Ko Fete was held from Sept. 13 to
The Yon-Ko Athletic Meet ended with Korea Univ. winning 3 : 2. On Sept.
17, Yonsei Univ. won the basketball match by 88 : 74, and the ice hockey by 5 :
3, but lost the baseball by 1 : 2. The next day, Yonsei lost the rugby match by
13 : 16 and the football by 0 : 2.
Additionally, the Yonsei Yell Leaders had events at the
Amphitheater. On Sept. 14, a cheering orientation was held, and on Sept. 15
there was a cheering event to mark the departure of the athletes. A joint
cheering event with both schools was held on Sept. 16. The SA (Student
Association) also held many events. On Sept. 13, many singers performed in a
concert at Baikyang-ro, supporting the ban of the National Security Law. On
Sept. 14, Fahrenheit 9/11 was screened at the Auditorium. On Sept. 16, a press
conference was held at Korea Univ. by the SA? of both schools where the renewal
of the private school policy was demanded.
Despite the success, many complaints were brought up on the S.A.
website. One student with the ID "Average Yonseian" criticized the trouble
caused, stating that measures must be taken.
The Yon-Ko Fete was once again an exciting event,
but more consideration for other Seoul citizens is