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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

President of the Kent State Body Acceptance Movement club Kylie McCann poses for a portrait in Rockwell Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016.

National eating disorder awareness week sheds light on sensitive topic

Kylie McCann had reached her breaking point. Transformed into a person she didn’t know, McCann felt trapped and controlled by her eating disorder when she sought out counseling during her freshman year.“I...

The audience claps and sings along to singer/speaker Johnathan Celestin in the Kiva on Feb. 25, 2015 during Nation Eating Disorders Awareness week. Celestin presented his Beauty Redefined: Be-You-Tiful campaign. The event was presented by Body Acceptance Movement and funded by Undergraduate Student Government.

Kent State is ‘Be-You-Tiful’

Lydia Taylor February 25, 2015

“Beauty Redefined: Be-You-Tiful,” an event that supported National Eating Disorders Awareness week, left sophomore fashion design student Monie Lewis saying, “I am beautiful and I’m going to say...

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week event addresses body image issues

Keely Kennedy February 23, 2015

Aiming to promote positive body image across campus, the Body Acceptance Movement kicked off its annual National Eating Disorder Awareness Week in the Student Center on Monday. To begin the awareness...

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