Wednesday, Nov. 16 |10:30 to 11:45 a.m. | Pavilion Building, Klein Cube
Please join us to kick off programming for the One Book, One College novel, Heavy - An American Memoir at the Klein Cube.
- Taste some quick and healthy snack options prepared by Culinary students
- Learn some easy "eat this instead of that" swaps to improve your diet
- Try some 60 second physical challenge workouts that can be done almost anywhere
Faculty and staff will talk to you about healthy habits surrounding food, diet, exercise and money/financial basics.
Linda Carr – Allied Health
Laura Davidson – Nutrition
Ritanne Duszak – Physical Activity
Tameka Jackson – Single Stop
Lynsey Madison – Hospitality
In Heavy, the author shares his struggles with an eating disorder, diet, weight and exercise. Our conversations are designed to address topics in the book through support, education and awareness.
Free copies of the book are available at the Main Campus Library circulation desk.
Note about Heavy: An American Memoir
This book contains references and personal accounts of trauma, addiction, violence, eating disorders and abuse. As you read this book or participate in any One Book events, please be aware that some of the content may be triggering. Our Counseling department is here to provide support to students who may experience difficulties related to this book. Students can contact Counseling at email@example.com or 215-751-8169.