The Spectrum

Martinez-Sutton does just about nothing.

Juggling leisure and work alters summer structure

Louis and Matt share summer experiences, the cost of summer work against complete freedom
Louis Cosentino and Matthew Martinez-Sutton, Contributing Writers September 29, 2015

Matt: I essentially did nothing this summer. I had no job. Each day I would float between the country club and my house, with the occasional time with friends in between tennis lessons and rounds of golf....

High School aged students face difficulty balancing work with play in the summer

Evaluating the merit of summer work

Summer offers a wide array of opportunities to students, but are they worth giving up your 12 weeks of freedom?
Emma Burke, Staff Writer May 28, 2015

Forcing yourself into a job or internship might seem like a waste of time, but actually, it’s a hidden gem. Summer is intended to be a “break” from life, but a job is a necessity to a student’s...

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