Hittin’ the Hay: A Look at Student Sleep Habits and Patterns

Coffee, alarm clocks, calculus homework, badminton practice, morning commutes, temper-Pedics and Netflix all affect one thing: sleep.

Even though freshmen health class teach that eight to ten hours of sleep are imperative, recent surveys show that the vast majority of the student body fails to acquire that amount.

This edition, The Roundup examines how our habits and activities affect student sleep.

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