"Constitution Day and Citizenship Day" commemorates both the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, and recognizes all who have become U.S. Citizens. Sacramento State will celebrate this day through a series of events taking place during our Constitution Week. For additional information and resources for Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, please visit constitutioncenter.org.
Events - Fall 2011
Events and details will be posted as they become available. Please check back often as events may be revised and updated at any time.
All Events Are Free!
September 15, 7:30 pm, UU Ballroom: "MAD Magazine’s Joe Raiola: The Joy of Censorship." A lecture reflecting on the most hotly debated first amendment issues with great insight and humor.
Sponsored by: UNIQUE, ASI
September 20, 12 -2 pm, UU Ballroom: "Influence, Change, and the Impact of Individuals." A panel discussion and resource fair on how students can be civically engaged citizens through advocacy. Features local and state government and student advocacy group panelists and opportunities for students to learn about and get involved in on-campus issue, cause, and ideology advocacy efforts.
Sponsored by: Community Engagement Center
Other Civic Events
- October 5, Time TBA:"ASI Town Hall"
Sponsored by: Student Government, A-Team
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