Summer 2022 Share/Discuss Previous Story Next Story Share/Discuss Print More from Summer 2022 More in Research + Discovery Topics: College of Science & Engineering, Research & Discovery Your comments are welcome 1 Comment McKenna Cooper on June 2, 2022 at 10:24 pm This is really great article. I’m glad that someone is finally recognizing just how hard it is to be fat. However, I really think there’s something here to be said about what a struggle it is to be fat at 300+ pounds. There’s something to be said with the struggle of being fat AT TCU. I’m a minority in many respects, I weigh 300+lbs, I’m non-binary, I’m poor, I’m severely dsaibled and all of these put me at a severe disadvantage at TCU, even with scholarships paving my way here. I get tired of tiny seats made for skinny students, and being ignored by everyone for being fat, or not even being able to touch the dating scene. I often feel like it’s horrible to be fat here. I guess I am not sure why I’m saying this. It’s great to see progress in this way, but it’s hard to let the rest of the hidden problems sit by, unseen. I really love this article, and I hope for more progress for fat students here at TCU. Reply Leave a comment Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name * Email * Website Δ Related reading: Features Insights Into Introverts Quiet workers, often overshadowed, bring balance to an office. Alumni, Features Jennifer James Throws a Curve into the Activewear Market The athleisure designs won approval with the Dallas Wings and entertainer Tamela Mann. Research + Discovery Healthy Eating Marketing Campaigns May Be Ineffective Minakshi Trivedi studies the disconnect between the public’s desire to make healthy choices and what they actually buy at the grocery store.