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President O’Brien helps put heart and soul into Homecoming 2013

President Randall O'Brien

President Randall O’Brien helped entertain alumni and friends at this year’s Music Sampler, performing the 1967 hit “Soul Man” by Isaac Hayes and David Porter.  The performance earned a round of applause by the several hundreds in attendance. The Music Sampler is a homecoming tradition and one of the most popular events each year.  However there are many events that alumni enjoy when they return each fall to campus.  It often goes by way too fast.

VIDEO: Click here to see just how fast it seems.

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