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Fixing the Mirror: Peering Into Body Image Issues: Act seeks awareness for eating disorders

<i>Fixing the Mirror: Peering Into Body Image Issues</i>: Act seeks awareness for eating disorders
Anna Westin Prevention, Training and Education Act to be introduced to Congress May 13 Kellie Galentine Online Editor Anna Westin was 20 years old when the relapse of her anorexia nervosa began. She arrived home to Chaska, Minnesota, between her sophomore and junior years at the University of Oregon in 1999 and became much sicker than she was when her struggle began at age 16. “She fit the profile... 

Event promotes healthy lifestyles

Event promotes healthy lifestyles
Guadalupe Galvan and Hunter Hill visit the Student Health Services table at Kinesiology Society’s event “Health Sense” on the South Quad Tuesday. There were free pens, condoms, condom cases and informational pamphlets regarding well-being and health. The event offered free Bowl of Heaven açaí bowls. And Crunch Fitness held a raffle. / photo by Sara Flores Sierra Dasher Staff Writer The Kinesiology... 

Turning resolutions into realities

Jennifer Jackson Staff Writer With the new year comes new resolutions and a desire for change, and according to a University of Scranton psychology study, the No. 1 New Year’s resolution for 2015 is weight loss. It can be difficult maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but this can be made easier with effective weight loss methods. “You should always have a goal,” said Matt Durant, director of strength... 

West Nile virus goes local

Jennifer Jackson Staff Writer The San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District identified West Nile virus on Aug. 12 in La Verne. Mosquito traps were placed in Golden Hills Wilderness Park and tested positive for the virus. The virus is transmitted from the bite of infected mosquitos, which originally become infected after biting diseased birds. “We have had a light year with West Nile... 

Demystifying Disabilities: University adapts to disabled students

<i>Demystifying Disabilities</i>: University adapts to disabled students
Mariela Patron Editor in Chief It came as a shock to Ashley Dalrymple, sophomore psychology and education major, when a music professor initially doubted she had the potential to play piano in a music class. “It was just frustrating that they thought I couldn’t do it, that I couldn’t be in the class,” Dalrymple said. Dalrymple has been blind since the age of 1 when doctors diagnosed her with... 
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