I actually see myself loosing weight based on the enviorment - technically, food is a bit farther away (you have to leave your room/building), while the gym is closer! (You don't have to drive to it)....
It's true, stress may cause weight gain -- college kids eating more and working out less, but, I see it the other way around. Having a lot to do makes me forget about eating most of the time, and it'll only help to take a break to go play tennis or something.
i think that at first i will miss dinner often. right now, i'll either start doing homework, jump on the computer, or turn on the tv and completely forget about eating. all the way up until my mom calls me for dinner. so, without that, i think i will be a hungry boy for a while. haha. but, yeah. i think lots of people could possibly not eat just to avoid the 15 which is horrible. but at the same time, i know a few people who would be glad to gain 15 pounds...
at least you have to have exercize to get to food and class. =]
I don't care about eating too much. The only variable that ever affects my weight is just the amount of exercise (it doesn't matter if I eat one snack a day or eat at McDonalds 3 times the same day, I usually weight the same as long as I run a few miles a week).
I fluctuate anywhere from 145-150 (and it isn't waterweight since I always weigh myself after running/weating bucketloads ;_