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Constitution Day activities

By   Erin Wood

Lake Region State College will hold a variety of activities to celebrate Constitution Day. On Monday the Constitution Day Quiz begins. The online survey is live and can be completed. This is the link to the survey.

 Many staff on campus will be wearing a blue shirt to assist with a specific question. This year is the 50th anniversary (1967) of the ratification of the 25th amendment about vacancy in the presidency and vice presidency so many questions relate to that and 1967. (Students who are off campus but want to participate – check the News section on the website homepage to access the quiz.) Tuesday is the scavenger hunt for prices when students find the U.S. Constitutions hidden throughout the campus.  Students have until Wednesday to turn in their Constitution Day questions.

Below are also links to webinars discussion different pieces of the Constitution. The Pearson ones listed first take place Monday. Both are live streamed. The one at the bottom takes place Wednesday and is from UND School of Law. It, too, will be live streamed.


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Join us for Constitution Day webinars by Larry Sabato and Bill Brands

Celebrate Constitution Day by attending our live webinars led by distinguished speakers Larry Sabato and H. W. (Bill) Brands on Monday, September 18.

Constitution Day, also known as Citizenship Day, is a federal observance that recognizes both the adoption of the United States Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens. We’re celebrating by offering two exciting webinars facilitated by top scholars Larry Sabato and Bill Brands.

All are welcome to listen in and take part in the discussion.

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Please join us


Toward a More Perfect Constitution

Monday, September 18th, 12:00–12:40 p.m. Eastern
Dr. Larry Sabato, University of Virginia

Grading the Framers: What the Constitution Got Right and What It Got Wrong

Monday, September 18th, 1:00–1:40 p.m. Eastern
Prof. H.W. (Bill) Brands, University of Texas, Austin

All who register will also receive the webinar recording link at the conclusion of the event. Each webinar is free and open to students and instructors. Attend one or both webinars, and you'll earn an Acclaim professional development badge after completing a brief assessment once the webinar concludes.


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Wednesday Webinar

Eric Schlosser’s next book, The Great Imprisonment (2018), will describe how the United States came to have the largest prison system in the history of humankind—and how that system affects every one of us. ​During this candid, sit-down interview with Martin Gottschalk, Associate Professor and Chair of UND's Criminal Justice Department, Schlosser will discuss his current research, including how the three-fifths clause in the Constitution helped pave the way for the United State become home to almost twenty-five percent of the world's modern-day prison population.

Seating is limited, so register today at  The program will be live streamed if you are not able to attend in person. A link for the stream will be added here as we get closer to the date of the event. The event is free and open to the public.

Erin Wood
Director of College Relations
1801 College Drive North, Devils Lake, ND 58301
701-662-1598 | 800-443-1313 ext. 21598