Constitution Day

PCC celebrates Constitution Day

October 1, 2015

By BRYAN OROZCO This year marked the 11th anniversary of Constitution Day. It commemorates the gathering and signing of the constitution in 1787. Although the present holiday was established in 2004, recognition for this date can be traced back to 1911 to a federally chartered corporation named the Sons of the American Revolution. Pima Community […]

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East Campus repeats history

September 17, 2015

By AUDRIE FORD The 1800s are visiting Pima Community College’s East Campus on Sept. 17. The East Campus will be hosting Constitution and Citizenship Day, providing an opportunity for students to register to vote for the upcoming elections and learn more about the founding of the United States. We Make History, a historical reenactment group, […]

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Campus observes Constitution Day

October 2, 2014

An actor dressed as Gen. George Washington re-enacts the 1787 signing of the U.S. Constitution at East Campus on Sept. 17 as part of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day activities. “The campus is thrilled to host this event, which makes history come to life for our students and community,” East Campus President Charlotte Fugett said. […]

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