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Student Support honors Constitution Day

Constitution Day
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Thursday, Sept. 17, BYU-Idaho Student Support is honoring Constitution Day with state and national flags displayed throughout campus.

The majority of the flags are located in the Central Quad, between the Manwaring Center and the David O. McKay Library.

Student Support will host an event to commemorate the signing of the Constitution and forming of the United States in the Quad from 12:40-1:00 p.m.

For more information, students can contact Student Support.

 

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