coffee

With midterm season in full swing, the Emory community is split into several different divisions of study habits. Some people memorize organic chemistry mechanisms in their respective study lounges while others digest the monotony of financial accounting in the comfort ...

Just a couple doors down from Maggie’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill, Spiller Park Coffee is a brand new coffee house close to campus, ideal for any caffeine addict seeking a new haunt. Opened only two weeks ago, the decor in ...

Confucius once said that there are only two great joys in this world: dogs and grilled cheese sandwiches. OK, he didn’t say that, but the combination of those wonderful things are a hop, skip and a jump away from campus ...

With a coffee shop on one side and a cat-visiting lounge on the other, Java Cats Cafe allows the local Atlanta cat lover to get both their caffeine fix and their cat fix at the same time. The cafe opened ...

The Starbucks in the Oxford Road Building will close for renovations over the summer in anticipation of increased foot traffic next fall, according to Emory Campus Dining Assistant Director Chad Sunstein. The changes are a result of the impending demolition ...

Typical college students wake up, slam their alarm clock, throw on clothes and grab their Emory card to purchase their first, most essential nutrient of the day — caffeine. From the moment they take their first sip of coffee, they ...

For some inexplicable reason, Americans have developed this need to be offended by everything they see and hear. In the past several months, America has expressed its deep and passionate offense toward the following things: Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” music ...

As a coffee addict now down to two cups a day, I like to call myself a reformed sommelier of sorts in regards to coffee. A San Francisco Bay Area native, I am a habitual frequenter of hole-in-the wall coffee ...

By Hayley Silverstein Asst. Student Life Editor Now that Thanksgiving break is over, it is time to face the dreaded reality that we were all avoiding during the holiday. The culmination of everything you have learned this semester will be ...