Feb. 26 to March 3 marks National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. In honor of the week, Harvard students and fellow collaborators have organized events with simple, yet profound, aims: to share their personal stories, increase awareness of eating disorders, and enable those struggling with eating disorders to find outlets through affordable treatment and art.
I am all about grooving to Rihanna's evocations of a poorly mannered young man's erectile difficulties. But hip-thrusting to "Rude Boy" with 25 middle-aged women at the Alexandria First Presbyterian Church in my small, rural hometown of "No, I Do Not Know Snooki," N.J., seems a little ... incongruous.
Amid a swirl of tutu-clad women handing out fliers to the beats of Beyonce and the Spice Girls, the Undergraduate Council presidential candidates campaigned outside of the Science Center Tuesday morning.