(WBIR, Knoxville) - Tuesday, September 17th is Constitution Day, and some students on campus celebrated by signing a copy of the historical document.
Several of UT's Howard Baker Center Ambassadors took a copy of the constitution to the pedestrian walkway and invited students to give it their "John Hancock."
In return, they gave students a pocket-size copy of the Constitution.
The ambassadors hope it reminds students how important the document is.
"We just hope that they recognize the importance of the Constitution and recognize why this is a holiday. And we are handing out pocket Constitutions and pocket Declarations of Independence.They can just have the information with them and make them aware of the Constitution's importance," said Baker Center Ambassador Savannah Dabney.
There was also a copy of the Constitution in the Howard Baker Center's rotunda for students to sign Tuesday.
At 5:30 p.m. the Baker Center will host a panel discussion on the Fourth Amendment.