Walking around the 5Cs, you’re bound to spot a student sipping from a yellow Guayakí Yerba Mate can. So what has made this infusion drink rival coffee’s popularity among caffeine-seeking students?
OPINION: We must be more aware that our reliance on coffee is a result of feeling the need to constantly work, writes Mishaal Ijaz ’24.
Coffee is in danger of shortage. To preserve the industry, we must think of our coffee more holistically; considering the surprisingly complicated environmental and economic processes that lie behind it, writes Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23.
Caffeine fuels this week’s Food Files column, which explores the evolving role of coffee in campus social culture.
At the Motley Coffeehouse’s 45th anniversary celebration and opening, staff and students acknowledged the history of the student-run establishment with themed drinks.
Paradis Ice Cream Cafe, a local institution in the Claremont Village, has hosted free coffee classes for the Claremont public since early September. People of all ages, including 5C students, gathered in the sweet smelling shop to learn about the origins of coffee, its flavor profiles, and brewing methods. Jose