September 17, 2018

Pre-Law Society celebrates Constitution Day

Student built a large American flag using 1,000 small red, white and blue flags.

Student built a large American flag using 1,000 small red, white and blue flags.

Several students gathered on Sunday evening in the fog and humidity to prepare the campus grounds for Constitution Day 2018.

President of Pre-Law Society Bella Gigliotti led the team that included Kenneth Benz, Desiray Matthews and Dr. Maria Cuzzo.

President of Pre-Law Society Bella Gigliotti led the team that included Kenneth Benz, Desiray Matthews and Dr. Maria Cuzzo. Key provisions of the Constitution were chalked on sidewalks between the Yellowjacket Union, Swenson Hall and Old Main. The students also built a large American flag using 1,000 red, white and blue flags. 

The Pre-Law Society spent a portion of Constitution Day tabling in the first floor Swenson Hall atrium handing out free Constitutions and organizing an interactive game to win delicious baked good treats. These activities are part of a federal compliance for the campus to demonstrate that the campus engages in educational activities on Constitution Day. 

The Pre-Law Society is advised by Dr. Cuzzo and Nathan LaCoursiere, both of the Legal Studies and Criminal Justice programs at UW-Superior.

Student built a large American flag using 1,000 small red, white and blue flags.

Student built a large American flag using 1,000 small red, white and blue flags.

The Pre-Law Society is a student organization dedicated to help students find their fit in the legal community and aiding in applying to law school.

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