Caffeine: The College Student’s Fuel

Ah, coffee.

If you asked me in elementary, middle or high school if I would ever be drinking coffee and actually enjoying it, I would have laughed. Coffee is such an adult drink, right?

Well, technically I am an adult now. As of three years ago. But, I can still pretend to not be.

Anyways, caffeine has become almost a necessity in the majority of college students’ diets and daily routines.

The white cup from Einstein’s has become an accessory, and I’ll admit I’ve jumped on the bandwagon.

When I was touring CNU, I thought it was so cool that they had their own coffee shop in the Trible Library.

I still think it’s cool.

Einstein’s is a place for friends, for meetings and for enjoying a cup of coffee or tea. It’s also for 1 a.m. when you’re finishing (or starting) a paper.

Look around campus and you’ll see the long-sleeved blue shirts and KNOW – hey, they’re a coffee hero.

Whether Diet Coke, other sodas, coffee or tea is your cup of joe, you can find it at Einstein’s and in the hands of the majority of students …

Over my two-and-a-half years here, I’ve discovered some ways to get the most out of my coffee.

Like: bringing your own re-usable mug or cup and getting some cents off (yes, it’s a real thing, and yes, it adds up).

Also, almost all of Einstein’s employees are students – which I think is pretty cool, and I salute them for their long hours and many lattes (especially during the fall with pumpkin spice lattes – which I’ve still never had *gasp*).

So, if you’re a college student at CNU, choose your fuel.

If sleep is it, I envy you.

If coffee is it, I’m in this fight to stay awake with you.

See you at Einstein’s!

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