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A review of POUR Coffeehouse and what it has to offer

A review of POUR Coffeehouse and what it has to offer

Sophie Lecuru, JagWire features editor

February 25, 2019


Filed under OPINION, Reviews

Ambiance Located in Olathe, just 13 minutes from the school, POUR Coffeehouse is a quaint looking business from the outside and is even cuter on the inside. It’s nicely decorated, as a coffeehouse should be, with several large windows allowing for natural light to enter and brighten up the business....

JagWire reporters review recently opened Overland Park location of The Doughnut Lounge

JagWire reporters review recently opened Overland Park location of The Doughnut Lounge

Jordan Robinson, JagWire reporter/photographer

April 2, 2018


Filed under OPINION, Reviews

Kansas City enthusiasts and doughnut lovers alike may be familiar with The Doughnut Lounge, a gourmet doughnut shop that has been serving the residents of Westport since early 2015.  As the franchise has begun expanding more and more throughout the metropolitan area, two JagWire reporters set out t...

Three Kansas City coffee shops prove to be great dives

Three Kansas City coffee shops prove to be great dives

Elizabeth Fleming and Kate Ocker

February 9, 2016


Filed under OPINION, Reviews

With journalism regionals coming up, the JagWire’s very first 32-page spread  and the JAG yearbook’s notorious ‘busy-season,’ coffee has been an essential part in the daily lives of the journalism kids. So, arm-in-arm as a Starbucks barista (Kate) and a Kansas City enthusiast (Liz), we decided...

Starbucks is not the place to talk about racial issues

Starbucks is not the place to talk about racial issues

Nick Booth, JagWire news editor

March 27, 2015


Filed under OPINION, Opinion columns

On Sunday, March 22, Starbucks concluded the portion of its Race Together initiative that comprised of baristas writing either "Race Together" or just "Together" on customer's coffee cups, following the initiative's schedule. This part of the campaign was intended to start conversations and discussi...

Students experience varying levels of caffeine dependency

Students experience varying levels of caffeine dependency

Lizzie Kulcsar, Sarah Myers, Adri Talavera, JagWire reporter, JagWire features/A&E editor, JagWire features/A&E editor

February 6, 2015


Filed under FEATURES, Top stories

As her alarm goes off at 6 a.m., junior Sara Hempleman gets out of bed feeling tired and groggy. Before leaving for school, she grabs a 12-ounce can of Mountain Dew to wake herself up. The caffeine keeps her energized for several hours, but once its effects wear off, she feels herself slipping back in...

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