WKU senior Dora James of Hartford was diagnosed with Celiac disease when she was 16 years old. While living on campus during her first 2 years at WKU, James had to use meal plans and had limited options for meals. “I got so sick of eating salad during my freshman year.” James says. James ended up hospitalized several times due to gluten contamination. “When you live on campus it’s like your home but functions as a business; quantity over quality, and when you have Celiac, quality is pretty damn important.” James says. Dorothy Edwards / Herald