Students have been disappointed by subpar product availability and long lines waiting for drinks.
Frank Ross, Butler vice president for student affairs, writes that the on-campus Starbucks will not be closing.
Charles Allen, an Episcopal priest and campus ministry chaplain, could often be found sitting in Starbucks. He offers a free drink and open dialogue.
Despite quick repairs in the CSD labs and clinic rooms in Jordan Hall, Fairbanks, Gallahue Hall and Starbucks experienced their own water leaks.
The holiday season is upon us as Starbucks employees recommend interesting drinks and their favorites.
The air conditioning in Starbucks, which quit functioning sometime before the start of the fall semester, won’t be fully functional until a new unit gets installed in October.
Wondering where that Starbucks straw goes after you’ve slurped up your seasonally appropriate iced beverage? Straws have a greater impact on the environment than you may realize.
New solar tables on Starbucks patio provide students with outdoor power and improve sustainability on campus.
Construction on Atherton’s roof will continue in the spring semester. The building’s flat roof must be updated every 20 years.
Columnist Doug Roche III offers perspective on Butler’s Starbucks, which is always in high demand throughout the day.