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Tuesday December 5th

Isabella Darcy

Turning clocks back 1 hour can negatively affect college students (Photo courtesy of Flickr / “Clocks” by Giallo / September 24, 2018).

OPINION: “Fall back” disadvantages college students

Most of the U.S. lost an hour of afternoon sunlight on Nov. 5, during the transition from Daylight Saving Time (DST) to Standard Time. Since the early 20th century, most of the U.S. has set their clocks forward in the spring, and then turned them back in the fall. This practice was once for the better, but it is no longer worth the hassle and negative effects.  

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(Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Gladstone / Multimedia Coordinator).

OPINION: I love weekend serenity on campus

There is a noticeable discrepancy in the amount of students on the College’s campus during weekends compared to weekdays. Between Friday afternoon and Saturday morning, many students pack up their belongings and go home for the weekend. With a fairly empty campus, the College is a great place to spend a relaxing and enjoyable weekend. 

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