Middletown Mayor Delivers Annual Constitution Day Lecture

Mayor of Middletown Dan Drew delivered the 2016 Constitution Day Lecture on Sept. 16 titled "Are We Better Than Our Predecessors? Toward a New Era of Progress." In this talk, Mayor Drew explored the erroneous assumptions that we are more advanced than preceding generations and what we can do to focus ourselves toward a future predicated on progressive social and economic advancement.

Mayor of Middletown Dan Drew delivered the 2016 Constitution Day Lecture on Sept. 16 titled “Are We Better Than Our Predecessors? Toward a New Era of Progress.” In this talk, Mayor Drew explored the erroneous assumptions that we are more advanced than preceding generations and what we can do to focus ourselves toward a future predicated on progressive social and economic advancement. The annual Constitution Day Lecture is sponsored by the Friends of Wesleyan Library.

Drew is serving his third term as Middletown’s Mayor.

Drew is serving his third term as Middletown’s Mayor.

Dan Cherubin, the Caleb T. Winchester University Librarian, introduced Mayor Drew to the audience.

Dan Cherubin, the Caleb T. Winchester University Librarian, introduced Mayor Drew to the audience.

 Mayor Drew entertained questions and mingled with Constitution Day participants following the talk. (Photos by Caroline Kravitz '19)


Mayor Drew entertained questions and mingled with Constitution Day participants prior to, and following the talk. (Photos by Caroline Kravitz ’19)