Florida State University displays and festivities returned to the state capitol on Tuesday, April 1, for this year’s FSU Day at the Capitol, which spotlights the extraordinary accomplishments of our students and faculty and pays tribute to the university’s proud heritage.
Gabby Hatfield and Sara Howard participated in FSU Day at the Capitol on behalf of the College of Fine Arts. They showcased literature and materials from each of our departments: Dance, Theatre, Interior Design, Art Education, Art History and Art. Dean of the College, Peter Weishar, also stopped by to to show his support. Many university personnel stopped by the CVATD table including Interim President Dr. Garnett Stokes and Interim Provost/Dean Emerita, Dr. Sally McRorie. Various state employees and political members walked through the exhibit halls throughout the day, as well.
In the capitol courtyard, the FSU pep band, cheerleaders and Flying High Circus kept the spirit level high. “We celebrated the 2013 National Championship with performances from the Marching Chiefs, cheerleaders and Golden Girls. Current lawmakers who are FSU alumni were recognized. Coach Jimbo Fisher presented House Speaker Will Weatherford with a Florida State jersey.”(www.wtxl.com)
It was a very lively and fun event that displayed a great deal of school spirit!