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Quo Vadis gives visitors taste of tradition

The Quo Vadis organization briefly restored the tradition of serving tea before Nationality Room tours Feb. 2 and 3. (Photo by Betty Shen | Staff Photographer)

By Thompson Wymard | For The Pitt News

February 5, 2018

Quo Vadis is now known as the student organization that gives tours of Pitt’s 30 Nationality Rooms in the Cathedral of Learning — but it wasn’t always this way. According to Yasemin Sonel, a sophomore and the public relations officer for Quo Vadis, the club’s duties used to be a little differe...

Budding communi-tea in Oakland

Two employees prepare drinks at Fuku Tea.  Valkyrie Speaker | Staff Photographer

By Chang Zao / Staff Writer

November 2, 2015

Roll it, bowl it and bubble it. The week before Halloween, Fuku Tea, located on the corner of Oakland and Forbes Avenues, hung its “soft opening” sign in the window and unveiled the bubbling magic brewing inside. If you’re a seasoned foodie in the Oakland area, then you’ll recognize Fuku Tea ...

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