RUNNING OUT OF TIME
Even if you remove the batteries of a clock, you won’t stop time.
We are always running out of time.
Every moment is precious. As his two children leave for college, Dale Herr, physics teacher and father of twins, reflects on the passage of time as a father.
Senior Julia Mentz has a list, and she’s using it to make sure she spends the time she has wisely.
Point A to point B. What does this distance entail? Saying goodbye to old friends. Making new ones. Staying. Leaving. Running out of time.
The clock is running down; the pressure is intense. In such situations like the last few seconds of a sports game, every moment can make a difference.