The School That Never Sleeps: Sleep Deprivation at StressAS

SAS eye reporter Catherine McGuire set out to get a glimpse into the issue of sleep deprivation that plagues the SAS high school. With many often choosing to stay up scrolling through social media, studying, or binging Netflix rather than get a good night of sleep, this article investigates the true cost of skipping out on rest in a talk with SAS counselor and psychologist Dr. Jeff Devens.

Author: catherinegmcguire

Catherine (Cat) McGuire is currently a sophomore at SAS, and this is her first year working on the Eye. She gets her obnoxious personality and dedicated love for food and the Yankees from New York City where she was born, then going on to grow up in Hong Kong and eventually moving to Singapore in second grade. She enjoys spending her time watching the Office, traveling the world, debating political issues using tweets as points of reference, and laughing at outdated memes! She’s extremely passionate about Aaron Judge and eating excessive amounts of xiao long bao, truffle fries, mooncakes, and bubble tea. She can be contacted at mcguire43887@sas.edu.sg

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