Tag Archives: caffeine

“Top Ten Signs You’re Not in High School Anymore”

As an official college student for over a year now, I realize that I’m in a completely new environment. From longer classes to smaller desk sizes getting accustomed to this change became a process. As the semesters starting flying by ...

Read More »

Too much caffeine: dangerous?

With finals coming up, some Fresno State students are consuming more caffeine than usual. New studies show that large amounts of caffeine may put your health at risk. Drinking caffeine through coffee, energy drinks, sodas and teas, can help you ...

Read More »

Puff, Puff, Prohibition: Understanding the ethos behind a CSU anti-smoking campaign

Imagine for a moment, that you are addicted to caffeine. A seemingly harmless drug that increases heart rate in its attempt to awaken us. (You may not actually have to imagine this scenario)

Read More »

No need for energy drinks

Since most students have rigorous schedules during the day, they need something to keep them energized. Often times, students turn to energy drinks to help them get through the daunting stretches.

Read More »

Alcoholic beverage faces bans

To combat dangerous drinking among students, several universities across the nation have banned the Four Loko alcoholic energy beverage.

Read More »

Life after ‘doing the Dew’

Caffeine and I go way back. I remember pulling all-nighters in high school, hunkered down in front of the computer screen with my Coke and my chocolate, prepared to do whatever it took to stay awake and finish whatever paper was due.

Read More »

The Bucket dumps hours

If you’re anything like the typical college student, you know that in the mornings coffee is sometimes the only way to stay conscious in that 8 a.m. class. And, if The Bucket Grill and Pub was where you got that coffee, you also know they aren’t open at 8 a.m. anymore.

Read More »