By Sam Beckett
The sun isn’t even up yet, and Jackie Skellie has a long day ahead of her.
A new transfer student at the University of North Texas, Skellie also works full-time in Southlake. Her commute from Hurst makes for long days and a lot of driving.
“I try to go to bed around 10 p.m. and wake up around 6 a.m. I need to get a lot of sleep to function,” Skellie said. “If I pull an all-nighter, I feel miserable the next day. After a couple days of no sleep, I start to feel physically sick. Sometimes I get strep throat.”
For Jackie, not getting enough sleep is common. Days are filled with school, work...