Calling all sophomore women! You are brave. You are beautiful. You are ENOUGH!
The ENOUGH women’s event at PLNU is just around the corner with a night of wisdom for all sophomore women in the ARC on Wednesday, October 10th from 7:30 p.m.–9 p.m. Discipleship ministries, Res Life and Women’s studies teamed up with the purpose to both challenge and support sophomore women to recognize that they are “ENOUGH.”
Annalee Sasahara, Junior graphic design major and communications minor, gave The Point some insight on the upcoming event.
The Point: What role do you play in ENOUGH?
Annalee Sasahara: This year for the ENOUGH event, I am a part of the hospitality team to welcome people to the event and help them feel excited about being there. I am also helping to make the necklaces for the event.
TP: How do you feel about the upcoming ENOUGH event?
AS: I am so excited about the upcoming event! Last year, this event was so formative and beneficial for me and I can’t wait to be a part of fostering that for this year’s sophomore women. Transitioning from freshman to sophomore year can be a strange and tumultuous time and this event brings encouragement and reassurance to these students. I feel so hopeful about the ways this event will impact those who attend.
TP: What do you hope the Sophomore women take away from this event?
AS: I hope that the sophomore women that attend ENOUGH would feel encouraged and supported through this event. Last year, this event helped me to name and acknowledge areas in my life that I was overlooking. This event speaks into the constant fear of not being good enough, struggles with comparison and overall identity—all of which are topics I believe are so important for sophomore women to be hearing about. Although this event is such a good and sweet space, I am hoping that it serves as just the starting point for these women to dive deeply into what it means to be a woman of God. It is my hope that these women leave the event not only with full hearts, but also with a sense of courage to continue having conversations about these topics with their peers and leaders on campus.