Study Munchies: Best study snack

From staff reports

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Coffee is a staple in most college students’ diets.

We drink coffee in the morning, we drink coffee in the afternoon, we drink coffee in the evening. Then, because of all the coffee we’ve had to drink that day, we can’t sleep. And the next day, we drink coffee to stay awake.

This is not an unusual student experience, and students showed it when they voted coffee the Best Study Snack/Beverage in the Student Choice Awards.

There are plenty of places to get coffee on campus. All three dining halls on campus sell coffee – Northside, located in Regents Hall; Hillside, located in Wilmer-Davis Hall; and Southside.

Additionally, there is coffee on the bottom floor of Todd Hall in the Todd Atrium Café. This coffee stop is staffed by hospitality and business management students as a way to gain experience.

There are additional coffee locations in Carpenter Hall, Bustad Hall, Cleveland Hall, Lighty Student Services, and the Cyber Café on the bottom floor of the Smith Center for Undergraduate Education.

These nicely spaced out locations make sure that students can fuel up or develop a coffee habit no matter where on campus they typically reside.

Reporting by Michelle Fredrickson