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Christina L. Kern
Campbellsville University students are traveling to Washington, D.C., for the 2013 Presidential Inauguration taking place Monday, Jan. 21.
CU's Phi Alpha Theta, a history honor society, is part of the group attending the inauguration. Those interested can keep up with the students' inauguration experiences on CU Phi Alpha Theta's Twitter account @CUPhiAlphaTheta or #CUinDC. Students will also tour the Washington, D.C., area.
Several students and professors from Campbellsville will be attending, including Dr. Lindsay Anderson, who is an assistant professor of sociology; Morgan Benningfield, Shelby Cash, Hannah Clark; Christine Cundiff, who is secretary for Division of Social Science and secretary for Division of Science; Sandra Cusumano; Dr. Wendy Davis, who is an associate professor of history; Steve Davis, Brittany Maness, Austin Milby, Jordan Moran, Jacqueline Nelson and Dr. Shawn Williams, who is an assistant professor of political science.
The official theme for the 2013 inauguration is "Faith in America's Future," commemorating the United States' perseverance and unity, marking the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation and the placement of the Statue of Freedom atop the Capitol Dome in 1863.
An estimated 1.8 million people attended the 2009 Presidential Inauguration of Barack Obama, a record-breaking number for any event in the nation's capital, according to the inauguration's website at www.inauguration.dc.gov.
Campbellsville University is on Twitter at @CampbellsvilleU.