CONSTITUTION DAY SEPT. 17
On Friday, September 17, the campus will erect two structures, or blocks -- publicly placed artwork that doubles as a venue for members of the campus community to express in writing their opinions on two questions drawn from contemporary First- and Second-Amendment controversies:
- Is intolerance of the "9/11 mosque" fundamentally un-American?
- Can the right to carry a gun be balanced with public safety?
The exhibits will be up all day. A rain date is scheduled for Monday, September 20. The locations will be in back of the Main Building, on the grassy area across from picnic tables; and the grassy area between Tomezsko Classroom Building and Vairo Library.
To read more about the "writer's blocks," click here.