Daylight saving time ends, clocks will be set back one hour

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Daylight saving time will end on Sunday, Nov. 5, at 2 a.m.

Clocks will be set back to standard time, so don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour.

It may be easiest to turn your clocks back before you go to bed Saturday, Nov. 4.

Some students like the time change, such as Hunter Mussleman, sophomore.

“It’s good because you’re saving more money on electricity you could use for other things around the house,” Mussleman said.

Other students, such as Damion Rowe, freshman, think the practice is expendable.

(I)t’s useless because it was originally for farmers to wake up to work.”

— Damion Rowe, freshman

“At this point in urban civilization, it’s useless because it was originally for farmers to wake up to work,” Rowe said. “Now that we have alarm clocks, it’s pointless.”

Mrs. Courtney Cox, biology teacher, agrees with Rowe.

“I hate it,” Cox said. “As a parent, my kid’s schedules get thrown off completely. It takes weeks to get the kids’ sleep schedules back on track.”

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