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This year Constitution Day is celebrated on September 17, commemorating the signing in the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. To celebrate this day, the National Archives have a number of activities to help teachers and students explore the Constitution. Teachers in particular may also be interested in the Library of Congress Constitution Day Resources page, with contains a number of educational activities, as well as links to primary resources. The Constitution Center will be broadcasting some of their most popular events live on their site.
Looking for more U.S. Constitution resources? The Detroit Area Library Network (DALNet) has put together an excellent collection of resources on the subject.
The McNichols Campus Library elevator is functioning once again, and access to the lower level stacks has been restored. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
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This fall’s Library Game Night is Friday November 9 from 6PM – 9PM. We’ll be playing Halo 4, Rock Band, Dance Central, Super Smash Brothers Brawl and more. If video games aren’t your thing, bring a board or card game instead, we’ll have tables set up where you can play with your friends. We’ll also have pizza and pop, and door prizes for folks who arrive before 7 and stay til the end (you must be present to win).
All UDM students, faculty, staff, and administrators are invited. Please bring your valid UDM ID to get in.
Got a video game you’d like to play at Game Night? Email Russ Davidson (email@example.com).