Constitution Day

Constitution Day 2017

The Politics Department cordially invites you to attend its annual barbecue dinner celebrating Constitution Day on Sunday, September 17th at 6 p.m. in the Upstairs Haggar Dining Room.

An address will be given by Daniel Burns, Ph.D., followed by the singing of patriotic American songs.

The event and BBQ dinner are free for students (please make sure to include your ID number in the RSVP). Otherwise, tickets cost $15 for adults and $10 for children ages 4-10. Children under the age of 3 may come for free.

Due to limited space, please secure your reservation by registering online. Please RSVP before September 13th!

Please note: If you miss the reservation deadline, you still might be able to attend if some reservations have not been followed through. To inquire about possible openings, contact the Politics Department or come by Upstairs Haggar on Sunday night after 6:15pm. The department contact is Angela Lill (poldept@udallas.edu, 972-721-5023)

Students RSVP Here.

Guests and UD Alumni, please register using this form instead.


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