Utang Enyenihi

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Utang Enyenihi

"Salem is the perfect fit: both a sisterhood and an intellectual haven.""When I was a senior in high school, I did not imagine myself attending a women’s college. Salem wasn’t on my radar until my admissions counselor came to my school. Next thing I knew I was invited to campus to interview for scholarships. That visit did it for me."My first year was fantastic!"My favorite Salem tradition is the way the year kicks off with the Opening Convocation and Picnic. The entire community comes together. Talk about sisterhood. As we first-years processed into the auditorium, we heard chants of ‘We love you, first-years!!!’ What a wonderful way to be welcomed to Salem!"My first year at Salem gave me the opportunity to further pursue my interests in politics and creative writing. I joined clubs like Model United Nations and Young Americans for Liberty, which allowed me to attend national conferences in Washington, DC, and New York. I was also able to read poetry (with support from my friends) at one of our many open mic nights."I have really enjoyed mentoring the new first-years. I am also excited about studying abroad at Harlaxton College in England as a this coming school year. I can’t wait!"If you want individualized attention from your professors, choose Salem. If you want a sisterhood that will uplift you and your desire to succeed, choose Salem. If you want to discover your strengths and have opportunities that will allow you to shine, choose Salem! 
Utang Enyenihi ‘18
Utang Enyenihi

Utang Enyenihi

Year: Junior

Intended major: Political science (international relations concentration) and communication

Hometown: Knoxville, TN

Favorite Salem Tradition: Opening Convocation and Picnic. You can mingle and connect.

Activities: Fall Fest Chair; Model UN Historian; Young Americans for Liberty Vice President; Black Americans Demonstrating Unity; Fremdendienerin admissions hostess; Resident Assistant for Strong Honors House; Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society; Judge for Incunabula literary magazine; Class of 2018 Vice President

Ambitions: I aspire to go to law school and become a lawyer, most likely specializing in international law.