Women’s event helps orientation


Delta Sigma Theta’s annual FreshWOMEN Orientation is an event geared toward women who are new at K-State, looking for something to get involved with or who need help getting adjusted to college life.

Deborah Muhwezi, president of Delta Sigma Theta and senior in broadcast journalism, said the event is great for new female students who are looking for resources to help get them involved with and accustomed to college life.

“It’s an event that the sorority holds every year,” Muhwezi said. “It’s basically a tool for new students to use to help get them more acclimated to the school.”

FreshWOMEN Orientation is an event that doesn’t have just one speaker; a variety of different groups will be represented at the event.

“Different groups will have different speakers,” Muhwezi said. “Alpha Kappa Alpha, Zeta Phi Beta, Sigma Lambda Gamma and the Black Student Union, along with others, will all be represented.”

For students interested in the event, Muhwezi said she strongly encourages them to come and experience the event, which is scheduled for 6 tonight in the K-State Student Union Little Theatre.

“Even if you haven’t been to any workshops this year, you’re invited to come,” Muhwezi said. “Any new female freshmen or transfer students are definitely encouraged to come listen.”