Calling All Parents! Helicopter Colleges Put Students To Bed!

First we heard about helicopter parents, and now we learn that we have helicopter colleges!

It’s been reported that many of the Commonwealth’s prestigious colleges and universities have noticed that their students are sleep-deprived.

Not to worry!  These bastions of learning are on the case!

Wellesley College is throwing pajama parties complete with popcorn to tuck in the kiddies, I mean students.

MIT has integrated a relaxation program (read: sleeping class) into the curriculum.

*courtesy Getty Images

Bentley College hosts “The Biggest Snoozer” and distributes such freebies as white noise

machines and memory foam pillows to snoozers logging the most sleep hours.

An early entry into the helicopter college field was Stanford, which in 1997 published “Sleepless at Stanford.”

Helicopter Colleges & Universities

Helicopter Colleges & Universities

And now, the best and brightest at Harvard have stepped forward to acknowledge their pajama habits, or lack thereof.  The Crimson staff opines that perhaps Harvard needs to pay more attention to their helicopter college duties.  For Harvard’s take (a MUST READ) : Just Sleep On It!

Audio/courtesy Helicopter Colleges:

JOHN PRESCOTT

BostonKayakGuy

Top Real Estate Agent for more than 14 years, serving the real estate needs of  Wellesley, South Natick, Weston, Needham, Wayland, Newton, Framingham and other MetWest communities.  www.johnprescott.net

JOHN PRESCOTT

Vice President

Century 21 Commonwealth

508-523-9252

BostonKayakGuy…The MetWest Scene

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