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Celebrate Constitution Day

Did you know that Sept. 17 is Constitution Day? It commemorates the day in 1787 when 39 of the 55 state delegates to the Constitutional Congress signed the U.S. Constitution, which established the structure and function of the federal government. In 2004, Sept. 17 was established as a national holiday.

MIT is celebrating Constitution Day today, Sept. 16. Here are a few ways to pay tribute to such an influential document and refresh your Constitutional knowledge:

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Music video screenshot showing about 20 rectangular boxes on a black background featuring MIT Syncopasian members singing

A cappella for a cause

MIT Syncopasian’s musical performance features the poem “Things We Carry On The Sea” by Wang Ping and invites Asian members of the MIT community to help celebrate AAPI Heritage Month.

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