Finally, a bit about my own thoughts. I admit that I do not understand what it's like to have an eating disorder. Before this semester, I didn't know how to talk about this issue, and I didn't even realize that eating disorders were an issue on this campus. In short, I was pretty ignorant. So, to be completely honest, this project really started with Ashley and Carly's initiative, and their conversations with UHS and the Women's Center. However, as we delved further into the topic and attempted to figure out the best approach to combat the issue on this campus, I came to realize the importance of what we were doing. The Princeton struggle with "effortless perfection" has led to the development of eating disorders for many students, and the exacerbation of previous difficulties with food for others. The fact that our social life is so focused around food (think of the residential college dining halls, and the huge presence of eating clubs on this campus) doesn't help either. However, with that said, this campus is mostly silent about the issue of body image and eating disorders. This needs to change.