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Colleges calling sleep a success prerequisite

Tracey Hayse (center) came to a sleep class at MIT wrapped in a blanket Friday. She and classmates do relaxation exercises. Tracey Hayse (center) came to a sleep class at MIT wrapped in a blanket Friday. She and classmates do relaxation exercises. (Evan Richman/Globe Staff)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / September 30, 2008

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It's an age-old predicament: Caffeine-fueled college students cramming for exams and writing papers until the crack of dawn, then skipping or snoozing through classes. Sleep deprivation has long been considered a rite of passage, a point of pride even. (Full article: 1112 words)

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