HUB Piloting Aquafina Flavored Water Station
If your New Year’s resolution is to drink more water, you’re in extraordinary luck this semester. Penn State’s Union and Student Activities announced Tuesday the university is one of two schools to pilot a new Aquafina flavored water hydration station on campus.
The HUB-Robeson Center at @penn_state is one of only two schools to pilot @PepsiCo ‘s new @Aquafina flavored water hydration station, located on the first floor, outside of Heritage Hall. It dispenses sparkling and still water, plain and flavored. Let us know what you think! pic.twitter.com/92HhLdEgC1
— Union & Student Act. (@PSU_USA) January 2, 2018
The flavored water station is outside Heritage Hall on the first floor of the HUB, and has both sparkling and still water, plain and flavored, according to the tweet. On a photo of the touchscreen selector, it looks like the flavors will include lime, strawberry, peach, and raspberry-lime for your sipping enjoyment.
The station is located right next to the water fountains and regular bottle filler. As with most pilot programs, the flavored water station probably has the potential to become a permanent fixture on campus if it’s popular, so if you want to keep it around, use it!
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