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Looking through Broken Mirrors

March 30, 2009

Be inspired by someone who "stands up for more than just comedy." Uncover the secrets that all women should know.

Speaker tells personal story of recovery from eating disorders

ASCSU, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and Zeta Tau Alpha present Looking through Broken Mirrors.

Tuesday, March 31, 7 p.m. in Plant Sciences, Room C101.

This program is about eating disorders, body image, and healing. Come out to celebrate the last day of Women's History Month with us as we listen to our guest speaker, Stacey Prussman, tell us her own personal story about how she managed to cope with her eating disorders.


Stacey Prussman is an uninhibited, native New Yorker that has become a major player in the comedy circuit after years of working professionally in theater, television and film. Stacey was well known for the lead role of Dori in the hit Off-Broadway hit Grandma Sylvia's Funeral.

Journey with Stacey as she uses her wit, experience and humor as she explores today’s cultural challenges that young women face while trying to keep a balanced and healthy life. Stacey is not afraid to push boundaries, dispel myths and uncover deceptions that many women fall prey to in the pursuit of their goals. She will uncover the secrets that all women should know in areas such as nutrition, fitness, career, sex, family, the environment and education.

(From: Stacey Prussman's website.)

This will be a night of motivation, inspiration, and educational learning. The event is free and open for anyone to attend.

Satisfies Greek Night Out awards

Greek community: if you come with 60 percent of your chapter, this event will satisfy your Greek night out awards requirement for risk management.

Contact: Sara Anderson
Phone: (720) 335-8769