OSU Day at the Capitol

Outspoken, an a capella group from OSU, entertained the crowd with a lively performance in the Capitol rotunda, impressing visitors with their extraordinary singing and smooth dance moves.

Outspoken, an a capella group from OSU, entertained the crowd with a lively performance in the Capitol rotunda, impressing visitors with their extraordinary singing and smooth dance moves.

Ian Adams-Dirks of Outspoken belts out a song.

Ian Adams-Dirks of Outspoken belts out a song.

 Benny Beaver greets Doris Cancel-Tirado, left and Sarah Feeney, right, during OSU Day at the Capitol. Both are students in the College of Health and Human Sciences. Benny passed out OSU pins, shook a lot of hands and posed with politicians during the afternoon event, and was a big hit.

Benny Beaver greets Doris Cancel-Tirado, left and Sarah Feeney, right, during OSU Day at the Capitol. Both are students in the College of Health and Human Sciences. Benny passed out OSU pins, shook a lot of hands and posed with politicians during the afternoon event, and was a big hit.

Chair of the Department of Political Science Bill Lunch taps a bottle of Hot Lips soda in order to attract attention from the crowd so that ASOSU President Ryan Mann can give his welcoming address.

Chair of the Department of Political Science Bill Lunch taps a bottle of Hot Lips soda in order to attract attention from the crowd so that ASOSU President Ryan Mann can give his welcoming address.

Caitlin Flynn of University Events sets up a display of gluten-free, vegan cupcakes, one of many food items featured during the event which were created by OSU faculty and graduates.

Caitlin Flynn of University Events sets up a display of gluten-free, vegan cupcakes, one of many food items featured during the event which were created by OSU faculty and graduates.

State Rep. Sara Gelser talks with Oregon State University President Ed Ray during OSU Day at the Capitol. Gelser, who lives in Corvallis, has been a supporter of OSU in the Oregon Legislature.

State Rep. Sara Gelser talks with Oregon State University President Ed Ray during OSU Day at the Capitol. Gelser, who lives in Corvallis, has been a supporter of OSU in the Oregon Legislature.

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