Stillman to Observe Constitution Day With Screening of Pearl Harbor
The Stillman Historical Association will kick off its eighth year this week with the return of Historical Movie Night. The first movie night of the semester will coincide with College’s Constitution Day observance on Thursday, September 15.
In honor of the seventieth anniversary of American entry into World War II, this year's movies will center around different aspects of that conflict. The movie “Pearl Harbor” will be screened in its entirety at 6:30 p.m. in Stinson Auditorium The movie is free for all students. A brief discussion on how the U.S. Constitution handles war, how that process has changed, and how it has been dealt with in other countries, such as Japan and Germany will take place after the movie.
Participation in the Stillman Historical Association is open to all students at the college, and is meant to promote the field of history at Stillman.
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