The one thing I learned in college was to never come between your sleep-deprived best friend and her grande sized coffee. NEVER EVER. Her relationship with coffee always baffled me because -- believe it or not -- I don't drink coffee everyday. Not even tea. The truth is, I never use caffeine/coffee to stay awake in college.
Everyone is going to be cranky and sleep deprived. Prescription drug deals will be happening at every bus stop. This is real (college) life. To help you fight the good fight this semester, we've rounded up some of the best and worst ways to help you stay awake while you're studying...
Four Loko is a popular new canned alcoholic beverage. Essentially an alcohol-fueled energy drink. Each can contains the equivalent of three beers, caffeine, and artificial flavoring, all for under $3. But the benefits of this cheapie drink are eclipsed by the serious threat it poses to students who intend to party hard.
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