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Constitution and Citizenship Day -- September 17: Fun stuff

Fun Stuff on the Web

Which Founding Father Are You?

Take this interactive quiz and find out which of the Founding Fathers you are most like! Note: Requires Flash 8.

School House Rock Preamble Cartoon

School House Rock -- The Preamble to the U.S. Constitution

This song teaches about the opening to the United States Constitution, with its preamble set to music.

School House Rock -- Three Ring Government

This song discusses the United States governments' separation of powers (Executive, Legislative, Judicial).

From the Libraries

Constitution Day Bingo with the Conservatory Library

Celebrate how American presidents have tested and shaped the Constitution. Get your Constitution Day Bingo card via Instagram or Twitter. Throughout the day (Thursday, September 17th), presidential campaign songs will be posted via Twitter. Listen to these campaign songs (on-campus or via the proxy server), and mark the spot on your card. Once you have a horizontal AND a vertical row filled, yell BINGO in the comments! The winner/s will get a prize that can be picked up at the Oberlin Conservatory Library’s Circ@Central.


Constitution Day with the Clarence Ward Art Library

The visual arts are known for creating controversy.  Often the controversy brings up the right to freedom of expression. Learn about the efforts to promote freedom of thought, inquire, and expression and to oppose censorship in all its forms.