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Constitution Day

Linfield University's annual celebration

Honoring Constitution Day

Constitution Day is a federal observance commemorating the September 17, 1787 signing of the U.S. Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens. Schools that receive federal funding celebrate the day by providing a variety of educational programming about the Constitution.

students by play jeopardy outside with big tv screen

Thursday, Sept. 8

Constitution Day Jeopardy

Test your knowledge of the Constitution with a round of Jeopardy – students versus faculty and staff – for a fun way to celebrate Constitution Day.

Professor Buccola talking with students in class

Thursday, Sept. 8, 3 p.m.

A conversation on the past, present and future of the 14th amendment

Hosted by Linfield's Department of Political Science, this event features Professor Nicholas Buccola as well as two scholars with differing opinions on this issue.

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Learn more about the U.S. Constitution

Other Resources

Interactive Constitution

Explore an interactive version of the Constitution to learn about the history and meaning from scholars.

The Constitution of the United States en Espanol

Read the U.S. Constitution translated into Spanish.

U.S. Constitution History

Learn about the history of the U.S. Constitution via the National Archives.