- Constitution Day
Activities to Celebrate Constitution Day
Constitution Day commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. Originally known as "Citizenship Day," the holiday was renamed when it was signed into law in 2004. In celebration of this historic document, this act of law mandates that all publicly funded educational institutions provide educational programming on the United States Constitution.
Edinboro University will celebrate Constitution Day with the following activities:
Wednesday, September 18th, 7PM, Frank G. Pogue Multipurpose Room:
Panel discussion on National Security Agency (NSA) Spying
Panel to include:
Gerry Gendlin (expert in national security issues)
Baher Ghosheh (expert in international affairs)
Joe Conti (former District Attorney & expert in legal/constitutional issues)
Rhonda Matthews (expert in the intersection of politics, culture, and society)
Moderated by Dr. James Fisher
FREE CONSTITUTIONS AND VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE: There will be a lunch time voter registration drive in the Pogue Student Center, Van Houten Dining Hall, and the Rose Hall Food Court. Free pocket Constitutions will be available while supplies last.
For more information about registering to vote, click here