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Nathanael and Courtney Warren are awaiting the chance to see their international coffee shop open in Spain.

Nathanael Warren is teaching English through Meraki Cafe

Alumni brings coffee shop to SpainChrishauna Curry | Echo Nathanael Warren (’13) will be opening his coffee shop soon in Basque, Spain. Nathanael Warren graduated as a biblical studies major. Not only is the Meraki Cafe an upcoming coffee shop, but it will also be a place where the Basque people […]

by · April 12, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Features
Today is the last day for Joe on the Go in Upland. Photo by Jazmin Tuscani.

Joe on the Go closes its doors

Coffee shop leaves UplandTaylor Budzikowski | The Echo The local coffee shop Joe on the Go will close its doors today. “The whole point of the business was to be a non-for-profit so that we could help the community,” Joe on the Go Employee and junior Sarah Bade said. The […]

by · March 15, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Local/Indiana, News
Students brave the cold for Coffee and Canvas event

A bright spot in winter white

Students brave the cold for coffee and canvas eventBy Alyssa Roat | Echo For those who braved the cold of J-Term, the Student Activities Council put together a night of art and music to brighten up the winter doldrums. According to junior J-Term Student Activities Council President Carlee Svec, Coffee […]

by · February 8, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Here’s an example of how students already have access to Starbucks drinks.

Taylor’s caffeinated conflict

Part of Taylor’s community questions a new additionBy Jed Barber | Echo Buzz has spread across campus about the possibility of a Starbucks being installed in the new campus bookstore. Rumors have circulated and the reports are in. It is really happening. Having such a notable source of coffee this […]

by · February 8, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
Junior Hudson Taylor has been a barista for three years. He sees his work as an art and a way to help people spend their hard earned money well. 
Photo provided by Hudson Taylor

Taylor student jobs: barista ballads

What’s it like being a barista?By Kassidy Weemhoff | Life & Times Co-Editor With coffee being one of the main sources of energy for the midterm exhaustion taking over Taylor’s campus, we decided to talk to the ones who make it for us: the baristas. And these are not just […]

by · October 12, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Hartford City: Hidden gem

Hartford City: Hidden gem

Local community has lots to offerBy Kassidy Weemhoff | Life & Times Co-Editor It’s brisk outside. You find yourself thirsty for a hot beverage to warm your soul, and suddenly you remember the $5 you found in your old sweatshirt pocket yesterday. Immediately you jump in your car, intending to end […]

by · March 9, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
The ultimate standoff: The Bean and Starbucks. (Photograph by Ellie Bookmyer)

The coffee drink debate

With so many coffee houses in the area, how will you choose?By Hannah Stumpf | Echo For as small as Upland is, the surrounding community has a high coffee shop to person ratio. With so many choices, it can be hard to know which coffee shop has the best latte, […]

by · November 3, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Brian Blevins, general manager at Joe on the Go, loves to share his story to customers. (Photograph by Hannah Bolds)

I am a vessel

Brian Blevins impacting people one coffee cup at a timeBy Braden Ochs | Echo Joe on the Go, the new coffee shop for Upland, adds another option for bonding. The well-priced coffee, welcoming atmosphere and the close proximity to Taylor’s campus are things to cherish. Brian Blevins, general manager at […]

by · September 8, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features
The Angell family celebrates its newest member. (Photograph provided by Kerri Angell)

Adopting an Angell

An outdoor coffeehouse and fundraiserBy Hope Bolinger | Echo “I thought that being adopted was my adoption story. I didn’t realize it was just the first chapter.” Thus said Kerri Angell about the process that began 34 years ago when her parents adopted her and her three-month-old twin. Although she […]

by · September 8, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
The Bridge Cafe is the best place for a friendship to bloom and strengthen. (Photograph by Katherine Yeager)

The heart of Upland

The Bridge Cafe is bringing revitalization backBy Braden Ochs | Echo Walking through the Bridge front door is a warm, welcoming sensation for customers all around. Paintings, photographs, sculptures and books huddle around the group of wood tables. Vintage lights glow, making the tables radiate themes of focus and community. […]

by · August 25, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features