Freshmen can gain weight in college for several different reasons. Mainly it's a matter of accessibility. Now a days college campuses can easily resemble all inclusive vacation resorts. Campuses boast of on site laundry, state of the art exercise facilities, contemporary interior/design and decor and 'round the clock eateries. The food is not only available at all hours of the day and night, but it’s almost as if it’s free. You can walk around campus with lint all up and through you pockets and with one swipe of your ID card you've got chicken fingers and fries for you and your homies. I'm talking fast food chains in the student union, desserts and ice cream in the dining hall, and that damn Belgium waffle maker at Brunch on the weekends. With amenities like these, it is very easy to get carried away. You could be well on your way to Fashions by Clareece Precious Jones by or before Christmas Break. Don't let it happen to you.
Today we’ll tackle the responsibility and restraint to be exercised when it comes to food. My aim is to make you aware of the dangers of cafeteria/campus dining better known as the Freshman 15, ( or even 20 or 30, YIKES.)