Coffee is the lifeblood of most college students, giving us the energy to survive all-nighters and juggle classes, extracurriculars, and late nights out. However, the tedious process of boiling water, grinding up and scooping out coffee beans, and waiting drip by drip for a pot to fill up means making coffee the traditional way really isn’t possible for most students. And even after a pot of coffee is made, it just sits there losing its flavor and getting cold. So instead, many students flock to coffee shops like Starbucks and Peet’s for their caffeine boost, but every trip is an unexpectedly large hit on the bank account. The Keurig makes coffee much more personal and easy, completely eliminating any messy coffee grinds to clean out or soggy filters to throw away with the K-cup design. Each K-cup contains a single-serving of coffee in a self-contained package that you simply insert into the Keurig and throw away when done. K-cups come in a wide variety of flavors, and many chains even have their K-cups so you can get that Starbucks taste from home. Keurig’s design ensures that every cup you drink is freshly made, all from the convenience of your own dorm room.