Sleep is a waste of time for salutatorian Adrienne Visani

Adrienne Visani already has second-author credits on two articles published in major cognitive science journals. (USC Photo/Gus Ruelas)Adrienne Visani gets very little sleep. That’s the only rational explanation for her extraordinary resume. Fortunately, her body demands only five or six hours a night. Even that small concession she makes grudgingly. “I don’t like sleeping,” said the neuroscience major at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, who will graduate Friday with a 4.0 GPA. “It’s a waste of time.” Visani will be wide awake at the 133rd commencement, where she will be honored as one of two Class of 2016 salutatorians. There’s a lot more to her than perfect grades. For four years, this self-driven, insatiably curious Trojan has thrown herself without reservation into campus life, community service…


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