Volume 91, Issue 69

Friday, January 30, 1998

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Drawing attention to body image

Western will participate in next week's National Eating Disorder Week by educating students on issues regarding body image.

There will be an information kiosk set up in the University Community Centre's atrium from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day to increase awareness of various eating disorders, said Lisa Rozak, coordinatior of the Body Image Team at Student Health Services.

To start off the week, the team will hold a presentation Monday night at the library in Medway Hall. Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m., a presentation at Huron College will feature speakers from the nutrition team and a psychologist to answer any questions about eating disorders, Rozak said.
–Heather Maddocks

Freedom to read

"Banned Burned and Banished" headlines a collection of books wrapped in chains on display in the window of the UWO Book Store to celebrate "Freedom to Read" month in February.

Monday at noon in the McKellar Room of the University Community Centre, guest readers will read passages from novels that have at one time been banned from libraries, bookstores and schools across Canada. President Paul Davenport, journalist Peter Desbarates and writers Welwyn Wilton Katz, James Reaney and Herman Goodden among others will attend, Young said.
–Michael Polvere

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