Another breakthrough in education from the Ivy League! Sleep 101: Harvard Freshmen Required To Take Sleep Course Before School Begins.
Evidently, it all started when student Raymond So approached the Undergraduate Council about some church bells that ring so loudly they often woke him up in the morning. He first proposed that they delay the ringing of the bells but due to the history and tradition associated with them, the Council said no. Then Mr. So pivoted and came up with the idea of Sleep 101 to help students like him adjust to Harvard’s many sleep disturbing distractions. “The bells will still ring early. But the school backed Sleep 101, and the course is now required for the more than 1,600 students that make up the Class of 2022.”