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DISORDER
Continued from page 1
have done a 360-degree turnaround since getting
on the (message) board."
"One can read these posts and see how far
they've come," she added.
For example, one woman joined the site in May
and began reading the posts. The woman only
recently began posting messages, saying she finally
told her husband about her eating disorder.
The website is moderated 24 hours a day to ensure
that the posting board is safe from Internet stalkers
and posts using words that might trigger a relapse
into past behavior. A member can also chat with two
moderators about his or her concerns, and a modera-
tor might individually e-mail a member if necessary.
In addition, Clowney said next semester
S.P.E.A.K. hopes to do more activism and work
with Counseling and Psychological Services and
University Health Services on campus.
'There needs to be a professional in a peer sup-
port group. ... A student support group doesn't
have enough resources."
Eating disorders and eating issues are common
at the University. According to the CAPS website,
"three out of four college women struggle with
some type of disordered eating behavior or thought
patterns." Men also run a risk of developing an eat-
ing disorder, especially due to portrayals of men in

the media. Victoria Hays, the associate director of
CAPS, said that one out of ten people with eating
disorders are men.
The University works to treat eating disorders
throughout the community, Hays said. When treat-
ing a patient, a counselor at CAPS who specializes
in eating disorders, a clinician
and the nutritionist a UHS r
work together. "Three out
"The best treatment for colg
eating disorders is a multi- Cw
disciplinary treatment team struggle w
to address the psychological,
nutritional and physical aspects type of di
of eating disorders," Hays said.
Marilyn Nakamoto, regis- eating bet
tered dietitian at the Nutrition t
Clinic, explained that she talks thought p
with patients about healthy eat-
ing, such as eating all foods
in moderation. Nakamoto
makes healthy meal plans with
patients and helps them understand that some foods
are safe to eat.
There are several other organizations on cam-
pus that provide support and education. The Coali-
tion for Action Regarding Eating and Body Image
Issues is another group aiming to promote aware-
ness about eating issues on campus.
"The great thing about CARE is how many dif-

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ferent groups around campus are represented," said
Ruth Blackburn, the nutritionist specialist for Resi-
dential Dining Services.
The members, include the athletic department,
the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans-
gender Affairs, Office of Greek Life, Multi-Ethnic
Student Affairs, Housing and
the Center for the Education
of four of Women. She said the idea
is for each group to educate
men among their members.
ith some CARE's educational work
culminates with Love Every
ordered Body Week, a project on cam-
pus featuring workshops, free
avior or giveaways and guest speak-
,, ers. Running Feb. 15 to 18,
tterns. the eating disorder awareness
week "highlights issues and
CAPS website educates people about the
community resources," said
Aliyah Masudi, program assis-
tant at Health Promotion and Community Services
at UHS. As a campus resource for eating disorders
and body image issues, Masudi presents education-
al programs in the University community, such as
in residence halls and the Greek system.
Health educators at Health Promotion and Com-
munity Services also formed Peers Utilizing Lead-
ership Skills for Education, a group of students in

residence halls who are trained about health issues
and where to refer their peers. According to the
PULSE manual, the goal of the group is "to pro-
mote wellness among residence hall students and
to help students achieve balance with their physi-
cal, mental, emotional and spiritual health."
Because people such as dining services staff and
resident advisors interact with students, University
Housing is also involved in educating students about
eating disorders. Housing staff meets with UHS and
CAPS staff to learn how to look for signs of eating
disorders, and RAs try to get to know everyone as
well as they can in case any issues arise. Greg Merritt,
assistant director of Residence Education, explained
that if an RA learned that people in a hall were talk-
ing about dieting, then Housing could arrange for a
speaker from UHS to talk to them.
Although many people at the University are
working hard to spread awareness about eating dis-
orders, they are still a serious and prevalent prob-
lem that can result in death.
But for survivors like Clowney, program suc-
cess is measured one person at a time, which
is why she reaches out to as many people as
possible. She said she once gave a seminar at a
local middle school, and three girls wanted to
talk to her afterward. Having struggled with an
eating disorder since the age of nine, Clowney
said, "It's hard to see a little 12-year-old girl
walking down the same path you took."

HAZING
Continued from page 1
to be for individuals," he said.
Both Elkin and Eklund said they hope
the investigation can be resolved through
the informal process. Elkin described
the informal process as one in which all
sides come to a joint resolution, "where-
by the groups that we're working with
would agree on the approach that we're
going to take." Eklund said under this
system, parties would admit responsibil-
ity for hazing actions and agree to certain
repercussions.
Should the group fail to reach an infor-
mal agreement, formal hearings will be
required to establish culpability.
Police have said no criminal charges
will be filed under last year's anti-haz-
ing law, which requires physical harm
to result from hazing activities before
charges can be pressed.
Elkin said the difference between
the OSCR process and the Michigan
law is that the University policy is
broader and considers psychological
and emotional damages such as humil-
iation and stress, rather than focusing
strictly on physical injury.

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