September 2, 2019
A repost from our blog remarks on the history of Labor Day. With origins beyond the big store blow-out sales, history professor David Vaught discussed the significance of Labor Day then vs. now.
September 3, 2018
On September 5, 1885, Labor Day was celebrated for the first time in New York City. Over 130 years later, the College of Liberal Arts sat down with David Vaught in the Department of History to discuss the significance of Labor Day then vs. now.