SGA President Breyon Love and Vice President Troy Harris took their official oath into office Friday in Lee Hall.
Vice President of Student Affairs William Hudson said the event specifically targeted the student body to help them develop visuals of their elected officials.
The annual inauguration took place in front of about 20 students, not including the teary-eyed family members, the FAMU Gospel choir and a handful of other supporters.
“It was a better turn out than last year, but I want it to be packed out next year,” Love said optimistically about the student attendance. “We need to change the event to the spring, right after the election.”
Even without a significant showing from the student body, the SGA Presidential Inauguration showcased a number of well-crafted “thank you” speeches from the newly elected, a musical selection from the FAMU Gospel Choir and a opening performance by the Mahogany Dance Theatre.
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