On Tuesday, October 10, the Saint Augustine's University (SAU) Student Government Association (SGA), along with president, Dr. Everett B. Ward, the Superior Sound Marching Band, and other University officials led students to vote in the 2017 Raleigh Municipal Election. The students gathered in the University quad, where they were addressed by Isis Thomas, SGA president; Kendrick Cunningham, student trustee; and Dr. Ward. From there, they walked to the Tarboro Road Community Center where they were greeted by candidates and volunteers.
Here's a recap of the event, by way of photos and an Instagram story.
Just last month, Saint Augustine's University hosted a forum to extend the opportunity for candidates running for office to address the University and surrounding community.
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