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The key to happiness is not drinking Keurig coffee

Before I became a coffee snob, I used to use a Keurig. Switching to French press coffee was essentially the end of a toxic relationship. First, it’s such poor quality coffee. I’m still convinced that it’s actually just flat soda ...

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Students prepare to vote with free Dutch Bros

The lingering smell of coffee grounds coming from a Dutch Bros vending vehicle welcomed students to the Free Speech Area on Monday for a free cup of coffee; all they had to do was pick up a Voter’s Guide to ...

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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 ...

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How to become your barista’s BFF

I know what you’re all thinking: “I am the ideal Starbucks customer. There’s no way my barista passive aggressively hates me!” And to some extent, you could very well be right. You could be the dreamiest customer on the planet. ...

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International Coffee Hour returns

Those interested in learning about different countries, continents and other places around the world might consider attending an International Coffee Hour presentation This Tuesday’s event included a presentation by Fresno State students Chieh-Ju Lin and Lin Qiang Xiang on Taiwan, ...

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The year in review

A selection of ‘important’ issues Fresno State should be addressing As I conclude my first year at Fresno State, I’ve had both positive and negative experiences. While the positives have outweighed the negatives, Fresno State can make some strides toward ...

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Too many students, not enough coffee

Coffee – the essence of life. It is your best friend in the morning; it always helps you start your day. After sunset, if you still aren’t close to finishing what you’re working on, coffee will be by your side ...

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Brew Review: Stouts are in season

As the temperature begins to fall, it brings relief to those in Fresno who suffer heat 6 to 9 months out of the year. Perhaps you’ll choose to go camping with your friends or just have a bonfire somewhere in ...

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Campus Starbucks busiest in Fresno

The Starbucks at Fresno State is one of the busiest in Fresno. Students share their insight on how they deal with the crowds.

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International Week events

International Education Week at Fresno State is designed to expose students to international perspectives. Each day this week a variety of lectures and cultural events will be offered on campus. Don't miss out. All events are free and open to the public.

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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.

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Caffeine crazy

It’s no secret. Coffee is a staple in many college students’ diets. But what guides you to where you purchase you daily cup? Price? Taste? Convenience? Selection?

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Drinks for your daily grind

In order to compare the options for coffee, tea, pastries and other snacks on campus, I have enjoyed eating and drinking at the various establishments.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Friday the 13th, it certainly was. I opened the Collegian, like any other Friday, to find myself outraged by an article written by Haisten Willis.

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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.

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