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Java junkies choose
designer Joe

Katie Hillier
Staff Writer

Stimulating the senses as it trickles through the body, caffeine can be both an elevator and an intoxicator.

Whether it’s the exhilarating aroma of coffee that drags someone out of bed, or the java jump-start that pulls up heavy eyelids during a morning class, caffeine is the drug of choice for many students and faculty members at the University of La Verne.

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Posted May 19, 2006
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