The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

The Spectrum

The News of The Blake School Since 1916

The Spectrum

Recreating Fall  Classics: Pumpkin Cold Foam Chai Latte

Recreating Fall Classics: Pumpkin Cold Foam Chai Latte

Sage Marmet, Co-Editor-In-Chief October 6, 2021

When I think of fall’s approach, a warm (or cold) cup of chai tea comes to my mind. While I do love coffee, something about the blend of spices making my taste buds dance makes me opt for chai tea when...

Although Wagner loves energy drinks, a survey was sent to the student body asking if they enjoy energy drinks and why. Above, the pie chart represents the 102 responses with a majority not consuming them. Some responses for why students choose not to have energy drinks included: not enjoying the taste, not wanting to consume artificial sugar, and not enjoying the way it makes them feel.

Energy & Coffee Drinks Boost Spirits, Liveliness, Mood

Clare Wagner, Contributing Writer May 28, 2021

Freshman year, a time of general curriculum classes, being scared of everyone, and overall distress. The one thing that became my shining beacon of hope in my sad world of being 14 years old was Red Bull....

Rachel, a barista at Urban Bean coffee, utilizes her foam technique when pouring a latte.

Coffee culture defined by creativity and conversation

Minjae Lee, Fashion Editor May 24, 2016

At 6:30 a.m. in the morning, on the way to Northrop, the wheels of many students’ cars gravitate towards Caribou drive-ins. Whether they’re alarmed by final exams or simply indulging in caffeinated...

Coffee linked to extensive history

Zoe Wellik, Arts & Culture Editor May 24, 2016

The Twin Cities is a hot pot of coffee. Literally. The metro has a strong Scandinavian heritage and identity as well as a large East African immigrant population; coincidentally, these two regions are...

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