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Permanent Daylight Savings Time would have positive effect on students

Permanent Daylight Savings Time would have positive effect on students

Brinda Ambal, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

Every first Sunday of November, students gain one hour of sleep back, while every second Sunday of March, we lose one as finals and the spring sports season looms. With “fall back” approaching quickly, we need to reevaluate our policy regarding daylight savings to realize that adopting permanent...

The myths of sleep deprivation among generation z(zzz)

The myths of sleep deprivation among generation z(zzz)

Fatema Rehmani, Awards Coordinator

October 30, 2019

Sleep is for the weak: the junior year mantra. Rise and grind, get ‘er done, do good things with your time—not because you care—solely to put on your applications. This is the time to make yourself look good on paper. Actual character development comes later in life. Burn bridges, burn yourself out...

A patient drowning in pain killers, a doctor swimming in money

A patient drowning in pain killers, a doctor swimming in money

Kristin Priest, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

Something was wrong, and my mom had realized that. Each time I went back to my rheumatologist, I told them that I felt worse, and their response was a higher dosage of medications. There was a time when I was taking the equivalent to eight advil a day, on top of my chemo medication. They wanted to put...

Editorial: Should West High and other Parkway schools start later?

Editorial: Should West High and other Parkway schools start later?

Vaishal Shah, Staff Writers

September 22, 2014

Sleep. For some people it’s a time of restful comfort, but for high school students it’s practically non-existent in their busy lifestyles.

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