In his blue cooler packed with ice cubes and small glass bottles of coffee, business administration senior Sahil Gupta carries around what could change the multi-billion dollar coffee industry. For a little more than three dollars, Gupta helps sell what he calls “jitter-less coffee” — a popular drink on campus at UC Berkeley, created by two students. Gupta works with these students to bring the product to Cal Poly’s campus. After feeling sick from high levels of caffeine and sugar while they were studying for finals, the two UC Berkeley students, environmental economics senior George Passantino and business senior Ofek Arush, decided there had to be a better way to get their coffee fix without the negative side effects. “We were just sitting in the library and we both looked at each other and we were like wait, this could be something,” Passantino said. “That was kind of the moment like ‘what if we created a jitter-less coffee?’” Once the pair had a solid idea for their project, they partnered up with Drink Labs, a beverage company that pairs entrepreneurs with beverage scientists, according to their website. “They took our idea and made it a reality,” Arush said. “We came up to...