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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2003 - Community. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/8611/show/8536.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2003 - Community. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/8611/show/8536

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Transcript Sippin1 the night away STUDENTS FINV COMFORT AT LOCAL COFFEE SHOPS Coffee shops around town were more than a trend in the past decade where people found it was easy to fit in. Many University of Houston students find themselves regularly visiting these local coffee abodes. "I like to go to a coffee shop and relax while chatting up a storm with my friends. After a long, hard day it's refreshing," said senior computer science major David Teran. As students progressed higher into the upper level courses, they preferred a more comfortable environment to study and relax. Coffee Shops provided that necessity. Popular coffee shops were concentrated in or around Houston, such as Brasil, Dedriech's, and Empire Cafe as well as the less trendy spots located out of the trendy parts of town. "When me and my friends go out, we go to Rugby's; It's not a traditional coffee shop in that it serves actual food items as well. It's what we like, we get a good cup of coffee, and a nice snack. That's always good for getting us prepared for some good studying," freshman university studies major Bassit Gopalani. This was an example of an alternative to the sometimes too trendy Montrose area coffee shops. Another alternative arrived just minutes from the campus in 2002; Grabba Java. The location showed as much promise as its inner-city counterparts, but at a fraction of the time and distance of traveling. It offered adequate space for groups, and also appealed to students looking for a place to relax and study. No matter what coffee shop is preffered, it was evident with the recent surge in desire for gourmet coffee within comfortable confines, coffee shop madness is here to stay. -Kenny Powell Americans consumed an avarage of 4,848 cups of coffee per second, 24 hours a day. Much of that was probably drunk in Houston! ^ HIGHSPEED ACCESS! Sophomore psychology major Casey Cantrel works on a paper for one of her classes at Grabba Java while enjoying a coffee frozen drink. Grabba .Java opened in May 2002 in between TSU and Ul I. ai the busy interseel ion of Scot I and Cullen, near Rot hers. -Dixie Ann Dalton HA! A LIGHTER! WHAT A JOKE! | Senior psychology and anthropology major Shana Guidroz, junior history major Jenni Cave, junior accounting and finance major Jeff Turner and senior history major Neil Metcalf laugh about losing their I lighters at Diedrich's. Diedrich's was known for their i high standards of espresso. -Michelle Lehmann THE BANV ISN'T THAT BAD! ISophomore music performance majors Kristilyn Woods land Amanda Dehoyas chat with English and classical ■studies double major Lance Higdon about the band playing inside of the patio of Brazil. Brazil offered ■music and great pizza to go along with its long menu of nner wines, beers and coffees. -Michelle Lehmann NOW THAT'S QUALITY I A group of students drink quality-assured lattes over their homework at a local Starbucks. The quality of espresso and coffee at Starbucks was very high considering it had so many processes of inspection to go through before it was passed on to consumers. -Michelle Lehmann ppjM^mnmmPf]