Constitution Day

Constitution Day 2019

The Politics Department cordially invites you to attend its annual barbecue dinner celebrating Constitution Day on Sunday, September 15th at 6 pm in the Catholic Foundation Board Room in Cardinal Farrell Hall.

After dinner, an address entitled "You Can't Say That!: Freedom of Speech and the American Constitution" will be given by Richard Dougherty, Ph.D., followed by the singing of patriotic American songs.

Tickets:

  • Free for UD students and faculty
  • $15 for adults
  • $10 for children ages 3-10
  • Free for children ages 2 and under

Due to limited space, please secure your reservation by registering online.

Have Additional Questions? Please contact the Politics Department's administrative assistant, Anna Dean (poldept@udallas.edu, 972-721-5023).


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