Panel Discussion on Body Image and Beauty

Wednesday, February 2, 2011
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Sunset Village - Northwest Campus Auditorium

"Pretty Girls Cry Too"

See below for additional information.


Free and open to the public


Office of Residential Life
(310) 825-3401


Additional Information

Pretty Girls Cry Too is a program based on body image and beauty. It takes a fundamentally different approach on discussing these topics. The keynote speaker, Cyndi Targosz, is a well-known image consultant who has worked with several celebrities. Her presentation discusses the balance of physical and psychological health in regards to body image. Cyndi is bringing a panel of 4: William Gladstone-- a renowned literary agent and author of a book about celebrities who discuss their quest for happiness; Schatar Sapphira-- an actress; April Sampson-- a professional businesswoman who posed for Playboy magazine; and Cynthia Romo -- a two-time Emmy winner makeup/hair artist for "Dancing with the Stars." The panel will share their own insecurities and experiences in the industry. The last part of the program will be a question and answer session with the panel. The program is intended to encourage students to consider their own view of body image and self worth. All in all, this program presumes to engage in the sensitive topic of body image in a unique way that fundamentally breaks down stereotypes, offers healing and provides methods to find the best way to love oneself. Essentially, this program aims to unveil the fallacies of these "beauty" standards and invests in a holistic way to balance physical and emotional health, especially in regards to self worth and body image.

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