According to federal law, colleges and universities are required to provide opportunities to learn about the Constitution on September 17, 2007, Constitution Day, in order to be eligible for Title IV federal funding. In accordance with the law and Vassar tradition, we invite you to "go to the source," read the 220-year-old document, and explore related information.
See an actual draft of the Constitution in Archives and Special Collections at the Vassar Library (with advance arrangements).
Download a facsimile of the Constitution or read a transcript on the National Archives website.
Want to know how the Constitution relates to any one of about 300 issues, from abortion to school prayer? Explore the Interactive Constitution at the National Constitution Center website.
Thirty-nine men, most of whom you've probably never heard of, have had an enormous impact on your life. Who were they? Read the bios of the signers of the Constitution on the National Archives website.
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Constitution Day Discussion
Thu., Sep. 20, 2007
College Center, 237
A discussion on the U.S. Constitution. Open to Everyone. Refreshments.