Video: MTSU holds annual Constitution Day celebration


Faculty and students get involved by reading and listening during Constitution Day on Wednesday at MTSU. (Steve Barnum/MTSU Sidelines)

Story and photos by Steve Barnum

Students and teachers at MTSU took time to participate in Constitution Day on Wednesday by reciting and listening to parts of the Constitution across campus.

Bianka Gabidia, a junior at MTSU, said she participated in reading the Constitution because “it’s important to know as a citizen of the United States.”

Gabidia was one of many student volunteers that read the Constitution on Wednesday, including MTSU sophomore, Chance Reed.

“Everyone should read the Constitution and know about it, know about the laws and know what goes on with the country,” Reed said.

Video by Jayla Jackson and Robert Bagwell

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