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Community Partners: FISH Food Banks

FISH (Friends in Service to Him) Food Banks of Pierce County is the oldest and largest food bank network in Pierce County. FISH, which has seven permanent locations and one mobile food bank capable of traveling to nine additional areas of need, functions as an emergency food bank and follows […]

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Stumptown Acquired by Peet’s

The coffee world was set abuzz last week when Peet’s Coffee & Tea, a Berkeley, Calif. based coffee roaster, announced it was buying Stumptown Coffee Roasters, a specialty coffee company based in Portland, Oregon. Peet’s will acquire complete ownership of Stumptown from its current shareholders, in-cluding TSG Consumer Partners LLC, […]

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ASUPS Campus Films Features Female Leads

This fall, ASUPS Campus Films is airing a series of films featuring female protagonists. The series, entitled “Girls, Women, and Females,” seeks to call attention to strong female characters, in part in response to Hollywood’s recent trend toward male-centric plots. The series is hosted by junior Dana Donnelly and runs […]

University partners with Stumptown Coffee Roasters
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University partners with Stumptown Coffee Roasters

Coffee lovers rejoice: there’s a new bean in town. This year marks the beginning of a new partnership between University Dining and Conference Services (DCS) and Portland-based company Stumptown Coffee Roasters. The partnership is the result of a month-long search following the expiration of DCS’ previous contract with Caffe Vita. […]