It is a known fact that Columbia University runs on coffee. Between the all-nighters in Butler and the late nights at 1020, we need that boost of energy to power us through the day.
No wonder there are a ton of cafés on campus to supply us with the good stuff.
There are eight (yes, eight) places to get coffee, just on campus. That means that wherever you are—whether you’re trapped on the seventh floor of Hamilton, stuck in the Stacks, or low-key dodging Dodge—you will only be a few minutes away from your caffeine fix.
It’s comforting to know that coffee is so readily available at Columbia, so you never have to worry about dozing off in your 10:10. You probably still will, but at least you’ll have a Joe’s cup in hand so you’ll look cool.
Isabella Monaco is Spectrum’s associate editor and a Barnard first-year. She exclusively drinks chamomile tea, so she doesn’t understand the caffeine culture. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.