In the University Center the Inauguration was broadcast onto a large projection screen. Appeared to be a couple of hundred people, others on the second story, watching. This group seemed largely to be made up of students, though there were some faculty, several staff and a few administrators in attendance.
During the swearing in of the vice president, some people stood, most sat in chairs. There was light applause. A lot of quiet attention. Very little talking among the crowd during most of this event.
During the music performance there was more enthusiastic clapping, this became a little louder during the swearing in of the president. Most everyone stood for the duration of the swearing in ceremony of the president. There was a small amount of hooting, but mostly very calm, rather light applause. During the president's speech, some reaction, much clapping. After the speech and during the poet's address, most of the crowd faded away. Some stayed for the closing words of the reverend. There was a lot of grinning and clapping during his speech.
After this a panel of social work, sociology and political science professors spoke, though the crowd greatly reduced at this point...