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Starbucks wheels out new campus spot

Starbucks Coffee Truck in front of Benicia Hall on Sept. 9, 2016.
(Photo by Diana Rykun)

Claire Morgan

September 18, 2016

Sacramento State recently unveiled a new addition to the campus dining experience with the mobile Starbucks truck located across from Benicia Hall, which aims to offer quick coffee fixes to students who park on the south side of campus. Every weekday since the start of this semester, the Starbucks tr...

Former Java City location annexed by U.K. invader Grumpy Mule

Formerly housing Java City, the library breezeway is the U.K. coffee franchise's first U.S. location, which brewed up its first cup of joe at Sac State on Friday, Aug. 26.
[Photo by Diana Rykun]

Claire Morgan

September 8, 2016

Sacramento State students returning to campus for first day of the new fall semester were shocked to see that the Java City in the Library Quad has been replaced by a different coffee brand unfamiliar to Americans who have never crossed the pond. Founded in 2006, Grumpy Mule, a United Kingdom-based coffee chai...

Students weigh in on their favorite place to catch a caffeine buzz

Sacramento State students stop in at the River Front Starbucks on Feb. 10

Maria Lesso

February 18, 2016

If you were to direct a new student to the best coffee joint on campus for the morning rush or afternoon pick-me-up, would it be Starbucks or Java City? Starbucks’ website claims the Seattle-based coffeehouse chain has the “best coffee makers and cold brew coffee,” while the Sacramento-base...

Sac State needs more Starbucks

Baked goods and pastries available at your CSUS Starbucks on Nov 5th 2015. Starbucks Morning buns and Chocolate Croissants are delicious.

Cambrie Sevaaetasi

November 10, 2015

Fall is upon us, and with the cool weather comes the long lines for warm beverages as well. Out of all of the coffee shops on campus, Starbucks is by far the most popular. The only Starbucks on campus is located in Riverfront Hall, and has a perpetual line that entices many students to skip out on...

Coffee Week highlights more than expected

A Matcha Latte, from Insight Coffee Roasters' Capitol Cafe, located in downtown Sacramento served during Burg's talk.

Virginia McCormick

October 23, 2014

Coffee is an integral part of many students' morning routines, between trying to finish that last bit of required reading to trying to make it to an early morning class after waking up late.But, the Sacramento coffee scene has a much richer history than most students would initially guess.Author and histo...

Coffee enthusiasts explore the grounds

Anthony Nathan

October 13, 2014

San Francisco-based director Brandon Loper’s documentary “A Film About Coffee" caters to more than your neighborhood caffeine snob.The documentary exposes the efforts of overseas coffee farmers and their retail partners in making specialty coffee, coffee produced outside the mass consumer production...

Sac State police aim to connect with campus

Andrew Stiffler

September 18, 2014

Often seen as just a badge, the Sacramento State Police Department attempted to close the gap between officers and the campus community by hosting the third annual Coffee with a Cop, Tuesday at the Well.Hosted by the Student Health and Counseling Services and Sac State PD, students, faculty and staff to e...

Coffee Garden offers a mixture of cultures for locals

The Coffee Garden, located on Franklin Boulevard, welcomes those looking for a place to study, hang out, or just enjoy a cup of coffee. 

State Hornet Staff

February 5, 2014

With its bright Christmas lights and tropical plants surrounding the front patio, Coffee Garden is sure to capture the attention of anyone passing by.Located on Franklin Boulevard, less than 15 minutes away from Sacramento State, Coffee Garden offers a mixture of cultures for everyone to enjoy. Micha...

Sacramento’s Best Coffee

Camille Anglo and Sammie Moreno

September 25, 2013

Coffee has been the lifeline for many busy Sacramento State students looking for that last extra push to finish a late-night paper or prepare for an exam.Although many students have grown up getting their coffee from Starbucks or other large java chains, Sacramento boasts a large selection of local s...

Starbucks brick and mortar location delayed, but program will offer the famous coffee anyway.

Imran Majid

August 30, 2013

Sacramento State University Enterprises Inc. will soon be offering an additional option for coffee beginning Sept. 3 with the opening of a Starbucks “We Proudly Brew” program in the American River Courtyard suites.While the program is not an official Starbucks store, it will supplement until the fo...

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