The Daily Eastern News

Daylight Saving kicks off Sunday

Elizabeth Taylor, Campus Reporter

March 6, 2020

People across America will turn their clocks forward Sunday marking the start of Daylight Saving Time and the continuance of a not-so-new debate. It was originally put in place to conserve the fuel needed to produce electric power; the U.S. adopted it in 1918. Today, most states still observe the prac...

Students share thoughts on daylight saving time

Corryn Brock, News Editor

November 4, 2019

In 1966, the Uniform Time Act was signed into law, introducing structured daylight saving time to the country as a whole. Two states in the U.S. do not participate in daylight saving time: Arizona and Hawaii. Hawaii opted out when the Uniform Time Act was first introduced and Arizona stopped ...

Staff Report Daylights Saving Time

November 2, 2017

The beginning of a new season means that it is time to ‘fall back’ as daylight saving time ends 2 a.m. Sunday. Clocks will need to be set back an hour. Daylight saving is observed in about 70 countries, including many in North America and Europe, according to USA Today. In the article, it state...

Students have mixed feelings on daylight saving

Samuel Nusbaum, Administration Reporter

November 6, 2016

  Early Sunday morning, clocks across the country changed for daylight saving time. People have made their clocks, phones and watches fall one hour behind. The U.S. started using daylight saving time in 1918 during World War I. Rylee Garrett, a junior marketing major, said she thinks...

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