Celebrate Constitution Day at the Libraries, Sept. 17
Marketing and Communications | September 10, 2013
This year’s Constitution Day, Sept. 17, 2013, marks the 226th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution, a day to celebrate our nation’s primary governing document. The Texas A&M University Libraries will offer free copies of the constitution and have displays from Sept. 17-20 at the Sterling C. Evans, Medical Sciences, West Campus and the Policy Sciences and Economics Libraries. The Evans Library display will be located on the fifth floor of the Annex.
Established in 2004, Constitution Day is officially celebrated each year on Sept. 17. “This is a good opportunity to brush up on knowledge of our nation’s most important government document,” said Laura Sare, associate professor and government information librarian. “The booklet covers how many articles are in the Constitution, as well as the amendments to the Constitution. We invite everyone to visit the Libraries online and learn more about the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.”
For more information, please contact Laura Sare at email@example.com
Media contact: James Solano, Texas A&M University Libraries; 979-862-2764 or AgCo2012@library.tamu.edu