Ciara Wilson and Tiara Thomas, along with the Sophomore Class, held a forum in the Favrot Student Union Building Monday night. The event informed students on their professional appearance and how to carry yourself when involved in multiple organizations in the public eye.
ilson is the Miss Black Oklahoma and a member of the Orchesis Dance Company at GSU. She informed students on the various topics at hand.
”(We will discuss) how to lead, and how to be a positive influence on campus,” said Wilson, a Tulsa, Okla., native.
iss Cover Girl, Thomas, opened the discussion with the definition of a woman.
avid Ponton said he was pleased with the event, but wished more students had participated.
”I think it’s a great idea,” said Ponton, dean of Student Activities. “I just wish more students would participate. We could learn from each other!”
dams, Sophomore Class president, hosted the “Seperate To Live, Unite To Fight” for the class’ last event of the semester. He wanted the student body to learn the importance of maintaining good brand from his guest panelists, Wilson and Thomas. He said that students don’t know that they must meet requirements inorder to hold certain positions on campus, including professionalism.
hallenging the male students, Thomas encouraged them to give their own definition of a woman.
he topic was then switched to her own definition of a man and insight. The subject then expanded to a father’s perspective, Ponton.
ther helpful advice Thomas and Wolson gave student females was to not be “too easy” for men and to “make them work” for their attention.
haron Green came out to share the word of encouragement. The sophomore social work major said one thing she enjoyed and learned was the true definition of a man.
ccording to Thomas, her definition of an ideal man is someone who is intimidating.
”A man to me, is a man who can walk into a room and intimidate someone and turn heads,” said Thomas. “Someone who sets himself apart from the rest.”
oward the end of the discussion, Thomas and Wilson informed the female students in the room that the best thing that a man can offer is having goals.