A.D. Carson needed a place to read, write and “get caffeinated.” So Carson, a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate in Clemson’s Rhetorics, Communication and Information design graduate program decided to try the new Starbucks, which recently opened in the Cooper Library.
Carson was among the first in line when Starbucks opened. And he loves the layout.
A.D. Carson likes the layout of the new Cooper Library Starbucks.
“I’m pretty sure I received the second cup of coffee that was made here,” he said. It’s really nice and open. It doesn’t seem like it’s shut off from the rest of the library anymore. You’re not bothered by other conversations anymore, because the acoustics are better. It seems to be a really good environment.”
With two levels, more than 1,600 square-feet, and an impressive amount of comfortable seating, the new Starbucks offers an airy, uncluttered, trendy-cool atmosphere for students, faculty and staff.
Bill McCulley, Clemson’s resident district manager for Aramark says that while the coffee is great at the Cooper Starbucks, it offers much more than the coveted java. Read more about the new Cooper Starbucks.