TryHawks Ep. 201: Students React to ASMR

Emma Brisbois, Copy Editor

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An internet phenomenon combining science and just pure relaxation has in recent years become popular, and we set out to see what the SkyHawks think. ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, which is the idea that certain sounds can create physical reactions. For example, the crunching of a pickle-making the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, or the squishing of slime making you shiver. Today, TryHawks react to ASMR to see if they felt tingling, or if to them it was just noise.

Emma Brisbois

Emma joined The Flightline in August of 2017. She is a senior this year, involved in cheerleading and show choir. Outside of school, she enjoys going to concerts, playing the piano and hanging out with friends. You can email her at [email protected]