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"It will bring something new to the table and something refreshing for people who haven't had (bubble tea) before," Singh said. "I want to make it a place where people can relax or do school work."He said he also wants to expand the coffee shop options on campus, which currently is limited to a handful of Marquette-operated cafes and a usually- over-crowded Starbucks on West Wisconsin Avenue. In addition to bubble tea, SereniTea will serve coffee and light snack items, all made in-house, Singh said. The full menu is still in the works, but it will offer a range of bubble tea flavors including, jasmine, green, black and milk tea that can be mixed with a variety of fruit-based syrups and tapioca pearls. The space is currently undergoing extensive renovations, including new walls, ceilings, floors and bathrooms, but Singh hopes to have the business up and running in time for the start of the school year in late August. That timeline also depends on the city's licensing approval process. Singh said he is funding the venture largely on his own, with some support from his father, who also has a background in business. SereniTea would be open daily from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., according to a license application recently filed with the City of Milwaukee.