Celebrate Constitution Day at the University Libraries


By Marketing and Communications | 09-01-2015


Constitution Day is officially celebrated each year on September 17 and is set aside as 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 September 16-18 at the following locations: Sterling C. Evans Library & Annex, Medical Sciences Library, West Campus Library and the Policy Sciences and Economics Library.

The Libraries will also present "Can We Democratize the Constitution without Politicizing the Supreme Court?” with Professor Joseph Ura, Director of the American Politics Program in the Department of Political Science. The presentation will be held on Friday, September 18 at 1:30 p.m. in Evans Library/ Room 204E.

“This is a good opportunity to brush up on your knowledge of our nation’s most important government document,” explained Laura Sare, Government Information Librarian. “We invite everyone to visit the Libraries in person or check out our Constitution Day Guide to learn more about the Constitution and the Bill of Rights,” she said.

For more information: Contact Laura Sare, Texas A&M University Libraries, 979.458.2200 or lsare@library.tamu.edu.



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