Constitution Day, Tuesday, September 17th, will be busy at UL Lafayette with a reading of the U.S. Constitution, a voter registration drive and a debate on the Second Amendment. The events are being sponsored by the UL Committee to Celebrate the Constitution and the UL Student Government Association.

 A reading of the U.S. Constitution in its entirety by students, faculty, staff and community members will be held at noon in the Quad on campus. In the event of rain, the reading will be held in Jazzman’s Café in Dupré Library. Students will also be offered an opportunity to register to vote.

A debate on the Second Amendment will be held at 2 p.m. in Broussard Hall, Room 116. The debate will be conducted by two professors of the university.

The public is invited to attend both of these events.

To learn more, visit:

·      http://www.louisiana.edu/news-events/events/20130911/constitution-day-reading

·      http://www.louisiana.edu/news-events/events/20130911/constitution-day-debate