On February 20 and 21, an orientation was held for freshmen who will enter Sookmyung Women's University. The first day included a total of seven colleges, including the College of Economics & Business Administration, and the second day included a total of seven colleges, including the College of Science. This SMT reporter attended the freshmen orientation at the College of Social Sciences on February 21. More than 120 of the freshmen entering the Department of Public Administration, Public Relations & Advertising, Social Psychology, Political Science & International Relations and Consumer Economics attended. It began at 10 a.m. in room B101 of the Veritas Building. After watching some school promotional videos, students were given an introduction to curriculum, events, faculty, and academic conferences for each department. Kim Chaehyun, Department of Public Administration '23, said, "I was able to clearly see what I would learn in the future. And I got to know what kind of field alumni had entered." It was helpful for freshmen that the student council explained the various career directions of each major. Ahn Heejoo, Department of Political Science & International Relations '23, said, "I am looking forward to my future life after hearing the seniors and professors explain the curriculum. It was good to know not only about my major, but also about other majors that belong to the Department of Social Sciences." Those who took their first step at Sookmyung gained practical and comprehensive information about their future school life. After lunch, the introduction of SMWU's clubs commenced. Representatives of The Sookmyung Times, V2Win, SM-PAIR and SMWU Interpretation Volunteers introduced their activities and benefits. From 2 p.m., students gathered separately for each major to get more detailed information on school facilities, classrooms and student membership fees. After that, they participated in recreational activities such as group games and missions. The seniors helped the freshmen successfully adapt to a new environment and wished for the bright future of the freshmen.