In celebration of the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, West Shore Community College has organized a variety of activities on Wednesday September 15, to commemorate the vote taken on September 17, 1787, by the delegates to the Constitutional Convention to approve the adoption of the United States Constitution.
WSCC will host its celebration mid-week to take advantage of the large presence of students on campus for increased participation.
The WSCC Student Senate is sponsoring a Constitution Day trivia contest and it will be held in the Schoenherr Campus Center atrium from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. Hosted by Professor of History and Political Science Mike Nagle, there will be prizes for those who form teams as well as snacks and food specials by the Food Service department.
The WSCC Library will also have a special display of books covering the Constitution.
Free pocket copies of the Constitution will be available for students and the public in the bookstore, library, and additional areas of the campus through September 17.
The Student Senate, the student government at the college, exists to promote student unity through creating and supporting student interest in extracurricular activities, allocates and disburses student activity funds, and represents the student voice to the administration.
Any questions may be directed to Mike Nagle at 231-843-5905 or MWNagle@westshore.edu