We're all a twitter -- here.
We're following local and student bloggers on their journeys. We'll update this page with their comments throughout the day.
Taylor Lasley, Yale University (blog):
@ 11:14 a.m.: "General laughter from the audience when the announcer asked us to 'please be seated'. This experience gives a new meaning to the term 'standing room only'."
Zeke Miller, Yale University (blog):
@ 8:22 a.m.: "The gates appear to have opened but crowds have only gotten bigger. People are booing at a group that cut the line. There are no police here and it is chaos. The lines have disolved into a massive group of people pushing and shoving each other."
Victoria Reitano, Quinnipiac University Junior:
"I cannot believe how lucky I am to be here in DC for these moments of history in the making."
And we want to hear from you. Please add your comments to this page: Are you excited? Nervous? What do you think are the greatest challenges for the Obama administration? For the country? And how are you taking in the inauguration? This is a large community dialogue -- and we want to hear from everyone!