Students weigh in on Constitution Day

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Students weigh in on Constitution Day

The Legal Studies Club asked students what Constitution Day meant to them and handed out pocket Constitutions on Sept. 17.

The Legal Studies Club asked students what Constitution Day meant to them and handed out pocket Constitutions on Sept. 17.

Maria Pasaylo

The Legal Studies Club asked students what Constitution Day meant to them and handed out pocket Constitutions on Sept. 17.

Maria Pasaylo

Maria Pasaylo

The Legal Studies Club asked students what Constitution Day meant to them and handed out pocket Constitutions on Sept. 17.

Maria Pasaylo, Reporter

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The Legal Studies Club gave out free pocket Constitutions to help celebrate Constitution Day on Sept. 17.

Club members also asked students to write what Constitution Day meant to them and post it on a display board.

Nick Sierco, a second-year criminology student, said Constitution Day is “coming together as Americans and appreciating one document that really defines us all.”

Moriah Thompson, a first year pre-med student, said it’s “a day to celebrate our freedom and rights.”

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