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- Author Jena Morrow Visits Campus During National Eating Disorders Awareness Week
Author Jena Morrow Visits Campus During National Eating Disorders Awareness Week
March 3, 2017
As part of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW), Curry College welcomed author and eating disorders awareness advocate Jena Morrow to campus on March 1 to discuss her experience battling anorexia.
The student club HIPS (Health Image Power Success) teamed up with alumna Diane Carugati '78 to coordinate the well-attended event. Carugati is a Professional Outreach Manager at Timberline Knolls, a treatment center for women outside Chicago, and is colleagues with Morrow who serves as the Alumnae Coordinator.
Morrow read an excerpt from her book "Hollow: An Unpublished Tale," and shared stories from her decades-long battle with the disease. She also answered questions and offered advice on how to approach a loved one who you feel may be showing eating disorder tendencies.