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The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

Becca Segal, a chemistry graduate student and CEO of FlowCellutions, explains her product, FlowCells, to two Pitt students at the Big Idea Center.

Saxbys opens location in Big Idea Center

By Khushi Rai, Staff Writer September 18, 2022
The Big Idea Center opened up the third Saxbys location on the corner of Forbes and Meyran Ave. at the start of the fall semester.
Inside local coffee shops’ creative fall menus

Inside local coffee shops’ creative fall menus

By Gabriella Garvin, Staff Writer September 8, 2022
Pittsburgh coffee shops such as Coffee Tree Roasters and Jitters Cafe in Shadyside, as well as Saxby’s on campus, are ringing in the fall season with pumpkin and other fun flavors. They set their menus apart from bigger chains by combining flavors such as pumpkin and matcha.
Opinion | What your favorite place to buy coffee says about you

Opinion | What your favorite place to buy coffee says about you

By Talia Spillerman, Senior Staff Columnist August 25, 2022
Here’s your personality based on where you buy your energy-boosting drink.
Dunkin’ opened its second Oakland location on Centre Avenue Monday morning with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Dunkin’ opens store in North Oakland

By Rebecca Johnson, News Editor February 1, 2021
Dunkin’ opened a store on Centre Avenue Monday morning. The franchise is celebrating the occasion by offering customers $.99 any size iced or hot coffee all day.
Opinion | You can take your coffee with cream

Opinion | You can take your coffee with cream

By Julia Kreutzer, Senior Staff Columnist October 11, 2020
Black coffee sucks, but it sure is trendy. Equally as popular is our obsession with acting tough.
Global Brew, hosted in Posvar Hall’s Global Hub, aims to educate people on the details of the worldwide coffee industry and its economic implications and consequences for both producers and consumers.

Global Brew connects Pitt students with coffee from all over the world

By Anna Ligorio, Staff Writer March 5, 2020
To educate students about the coffee industry, the Global Hub featured its third coffee-tasting event in an ongoing series, called Global Brew
CEO Matt Parmelee’s coffee roastery, Redstart Roasters, specifically uses beans that have been grown by farms holding bird-friendly certifications from the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center.

Redstart Roasters: The birds and the beans

By Alexander Hanna, Staff Writer October 30, 2019
Parmelee is the CEO of Redstart Roasters, a coffee roastery that sells beans grown by farms holding bird-friendly certifications from the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center.
Redhawk Coffee is commonly frequented by Pitt students.

Redhawk caffeinates the masses with wholesale roastery

By Charlie Taylor, For the Pitt News September 30, 2019
Redhawk Coffee owner and roaster Braden Walter plans to open a new roastery in Sharpsburg by Nov. 1.
All of Pitt’s coffee carts are basically the same.

Staff Picks: Where to find the best coffee on campus

By The Pitt News Staff September 25, 2019
A lot of college students drink coffee, 71.4% in fact. So, there’s a good chance if you’re reading this, you probably fill up with only two — or three, or four, or five — cups of coffee a day. You’re in luck, because our staff has assembled the best of the best places to get coffee on and around campus.
Redhawk Coffee owner Braden Walter pours a latte.

Redhawk Coffee soars above competition

By Alexa Marzina, Staff Writer January 23, 2019
Considering the quality of its beverages, kindness of its staff and coziness of its atmosphere, there’s no question why students flock to Redhawk Coffee to enjoy some nest-level coffee.
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