Lack of sleep becoming a concern at State?

By Alex Veliz Staters Union As I sit at the computer at 11:40 p.m. on Wednesday night trying to finish a story for the media group, for close to the third time this week I cannot begin to explain the irony that this story entails. Some staters have the duty to continue work after state operations, for the sake of the community and Boys State in general. IMG_9944The lack of sleep can be a problem, although many teenagers are guilty of staying awake longer than they should, adding the stress and the work load might convince quite a few to sleep when the opportunity is presented. “I have dealt with less sleep before, but it would be nice with such a stress filled week to get more sleep,” Adam Carpenter from King County said. “More sleep should be accounted if they want us to run as effectively as they want.” From the Governor to other jobs in the legislation sleeping as late as two in the morning to get tasks done, it is surprising to see those same faces awake early for the next day, well mostly… “Sleep is probably the most important things here, and it is probably the biggest thing that I see affecting people here,” Michael Eisenbarth from MacArthur County said. Maybe this should be looked into for the coming years of Boys State.]]>