An extra hour of sleep, brought to you by the end of Daylight Savings


Courtney Green, News Editor

Are you ready for that extra hour of sleep on Sunday morning?

Daylight savings ends Sunday, November 3 at 2 a.m., meaning that the “fall back” allows for an extra hour of sleep at the cost of a shorter day.

Most clocks we interact with on the daily will undergo the change themselves, but do be mindful and set any clocks the night before that don’t. You don’t want to be rolling up to a 9 a.m. class at 8 a.m. instead.


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