Volume 92, Issue 70

Tuesday, February 2, 1999


NEWS

Mad meds to march

Stabbing was self-inflicted

Grade of law improves

Mt. A strike stalemate

Province-wide tests possible

Corporately forumed

Pies fly in protest of CASA

Naimji focussed on the student body

Stimulating Valentine's Day

Quickies

Caught on campus

Quickies



Healthy education


Body image and eating disorders will be the topic of conversation at a Women's Issues Network's presentation tonight.

As a part of Eating Disorders Awareness Week, WIN, along with the Huron College Students' Council, is holding a free presentation open to the public, at 6:30 p.m. in the Great Hall at Huron College.

Members of the Body Image Group, a part of student health services, will be speaking at the presentation as well as Lynne Hamilton, a specialist in eating disorders and body image therapy, said Claudia Philipsz, WIN's coordinator. "This is always a big issue, especially on a university campus," she said.

WIN has a table in the atrium of the University Community Centre today and tomorrow also dealing with these issues, Prendiville added.

–LEENA KAMAT




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