Daylight saving time is when we set our clocks forward one hour so the evening lasts longer. This change happened on Sunday March 12th. As expected, it can throw people off and take some getting use too. Many students including sophomore Camrynn Collinge says that she dislikes the Spring daylight saving time change.
“The whole first day of the new times felt longer and I was even late too first hour” Camrynn said with an irritated tone in her voice. She finds the Spring change to be difficult, and prefers the Fall change back where we gain an hour. “I like to wake up and it be daylight, and the more sleep i can get the better.” Although there are some negatives to the change, there are also some positive. Some good outlooks Camrynn had on daylight savings was she enjoys the extra hour of daylight and is happy Spring is here and Summer is on it’s way. “My favorite thing about it if i had to choose one would be knowing that summer is almost here”. Camrynn admits that she probably just needs some time to get use to the change, but for right now she hates it.
Daylight saving takes place twice a year, and to many people like Camrynn, it isn’t that enjoyable.