The Constitution out loud: A collaborative public reading (WSU Pullman)

To celebrate Constitution Day, the WSU Libraries will be sponsoring a round-robin public reading of the Constitution (with amendments) starting at noon on Tuesday, September 17, in the Terrell Library Atrium. A reading takes about an hour; if there is interest we will do a second reading. Please come and participate and/or listen; drop-ins welcome!

For those unable to attend, a copy of the Constitution will be available September 16-18 by the Terrell Library CUB entrance so that people can read asynchronously in a silent round-robin, with the next person taking up from where the last person left off.

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, September 17, is a day designated by law to commemorate the signing of the Constitution and to “recognize all who, by coming of age or by naturalization, have become citizens.”  For more information, see

If you have questions, please contact Lorena O’English (

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