Elizabeth Lavin

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Weight issues,health in college

The majority of freshmen start their college career with one major goal: fight those freshmen 15. Try as they might, many freshmen leave the year with a little more weight than they came with. While the chance to indulge in greasy foods and endless snacks may be too tough to pass up, there are ways to fight the extra pounds without cutting those guilty pleasures out completely.

Students: take advantage of the Dixon Center

Elizabeth Lavin Guest Writer eal723@cabrini.edu Most people who have hit the gym once or twice like to think that they are making good use of the gym, but the facts completely disagree. Orlin Jespersen, intramurals and recreational director, said they rarely see new faces at the gym.

Weight issues,health in college

The majority of freshmen start their college career with one major goal: fight those freshmen 15. Try as they might, many freshmen leave the year with a little more weight than they came with. While the chance to indulge in greasy foods and endless snacks may be too tough to pass up, there are ways to fight the extra pounds without cutting those guilty pleasures out completely.

Students: take advantage of the Dixon Center

Elizabeth Lavin Guest Writer eal723@cabrini.edu Most people who have hit the gym once or twice like to think that they are making good use of the gym, but the facts completely disagree. Orlin Jespersen, intramurals and recreational director, said they rarely see new faces at the gym.

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