Tag: jo’s

The Life of a Jo’s Java Barista

https://youtu.be/GieaVt_BFvk Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a barista? Spending time making hundreds of cups of coffee daily, and going home wired...

Coffee Talk: Week 2

Written by Hope Brakenhoff. Media by Momoka Murata. More than forty percent of college students drink coffee daily. According to a study done by the University...

Coffee Talk

Written by Hope Brakenhoff. Media by Momoka Murata. What is one thing most college students, or even adults in today’s world, have in common? They...

What to Expect While Student Teaching: “Elementary” Style

Student Teaching; a period of guided teaching when the teacher candidate takes increasing responsibility for leading the school experiences of a group of learners over a period of consecutive weeks.

Conversation with the Radicals

Written by Maria Koppelberger. Media added by Sean McFarland. As a part of Global Impact Week, The Office of World Missions and Outreach hosted an evening event called “Meet the Radicals” at the Burritt fire pit. The Radicals represented various mission organizations located throughout the world. Inner City Impact focuses on underprivileged youth in Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Church work in the Middle East, Blood:Water Mission works in Africa, and Wycliffe Bible translators work all over the globe. In addition to the representatives, Christy Dashiell, Coordinator of World Missions and Outreach, several outreach-minded student leaders, and a variety of students came to join the conversation. Nathan Hood, President of GCSA, got a fire started in the fire pit, Christy brought drinks from Jo’s, and we all settled in for a great time of reflecting on missions work.

Jo’s vs. Bro’s: Bro’s Barrista Presents Impartial Opinions

Written by Jeff Langley.  Media by Bri Philips. This could get ugly. How could such a thing have happened? Our Ace Coffee Culture Correspondent in...