In-person: Oak Grove, in front of library; Or watch live using links in description
Students, staff, faculty and the community are invited to commemorate Constitution Day--the day when the U.S. Constitution was signed--by publicly reading the U.S. Constitution. Starting with the Preamble, read by President Driscoll, 100 people will each read a passage through until the last amendment -- the 27th Amendment -- is read. Participants will receive a pocket Constitution, a "We the People at IUP" t-shirt, and a red, white and blue cookie.
Want to be a reader?
In-person readers: Just show up anytime between noon and 1 p.m., and you'll be given a passage of the Constitution to read. While you wait in line, please stand on the chalk marks, which will help us maintain social distancing.
Remote readers: Zoom in anytime between noon and 1 p.m., and you will be assigned a portion of the Constitution to read, and your voice will be heard in the Oak Grove, in between in-person readers. Remote reader Zoom link.
Watch remotely: Or you can watch the entire event live-streamed.