Constitution Day Reading 

Sept. 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m

In observance of Constitution Day, the Honors College invites the campus community to participate in a public reading of the U.S. Constitution on Monday, Sept. 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The reading will take place in the Amphitheater (rain location Clocktower Lounge). Those who are interested in being a reader should contact Jennifer Horan ( or x27929).

If readers have a section of the Constitution that they would especially like to read, reservations for sections will be made on a first-come-first- served basis. The Honors College will provide copies of the Constitution to all readers. There will be a mandatory practice reading in Randall Library, room 2007 (the honors classroom, second floor) at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 31

Constitution Day Speaker 2017

Cameron Hall 105

September 18th 7-9pm

Wrongful Convictions and the U.S. Constitution


Please join us for a special discussion of the persistent problem of wrongful convictions focusing on the 5th Amendement with Ms. Sabrina Smith, death penalty exoneree and Professor Kim Cook.

Sponsored by the UNCW Honors College and the Departments of Criminology and Sociology and Communications Studies                  

Sabrina Butler-Smith was a Mississippi teenager wrongfully convicted of murder and child abuse in the death of her nine-month-old son, Walter. After 5 years in prison and 33 months on death row Ms. Smith was exonerated of all wrongdoing. She is one of only two women in the United States exonerated from death row.

Ms. Smith lives in Memphis is blessed with three thriving children, and serves on the Witness To Innocence board. She speaks as often as she can to the public and media about her story, and has recently published a memoir, The Sabrina Butler Story. You can order a copy of Sabrina's book here:

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