The cafe was his safe haven.
The cafe was his safe haven.
Apples are healthy, and may keep you awake better than coffee.
While students may be struggling to adapt to not being chronically busy, there is still time to readjust and enjoy the summer—at least until the whole cycle starts up again in September.
Read on for the Fulcrum’s first-ever Campus Awards, and don’t be caught eating that crappy sandwich ever again.
As part of this year’s Roll Up the Rim to Win, University of Ottawa students have launched a charitable project that aims to help the less fortunate benefit from this classic Tim Hortons campaign.
In a world where Mcdonald’s has a café menu and Starbucks serves beer, seeing a company with such singular devotion to their core product is a breath of fresh air.
These holiday-themed concoctions will definitely put you in the mood for singing carols, putting up decorations, and wrapping presents.
Coffeehouse chain introduces appetizers and alcohol to traditional coffee menu.
After decrying the university’s lack of support for fair trade coffee, students took their disagreements outside. Across campus, spontaneous melees erupted as students hurled beverage cups at one another.
A post on a University of Ottawa Facebook page was recently taken down following a series of critical comments by students at the university.
Got a three-hour break between classes and want to play some Street Fighter? Caffeine 1UP, Ottawa’s newest gaming café, has got you covered!
On March 23 at Art-Is-In Bakery on City Centre Avenue, many of these artists came out to the bakery’s “Latte Art Throwdown” event to battle it out against other baristas to be crowned the true champion of latte art in the Capital.
Exam season doesn’t just affect our mental state. For a lot of students, the suffering is physical as well.
Tim Hortons. Starbucks. Café Alt. Première Moisson. All of these establishments sell coffee on campus. But which joint serves up the best cup of joe?
Recently, Starbucks wanted to let its customers know they would not be passive bystanders in the fight against racial inequality—a declaration that rightfully fell flat in no time.
When midterms are haunting your dreams and papers are weighing you down, coffee is the one thing that will always be there to keep you going. Students tend to develop an unhealthy relationship with coffee quite soon after 101 Week, when they realize their professors were serious about all those readings. Next thing you know, it’s 9 a.m. on a Sunday, you have 200 pages of reading to do for Monday, and you’re sitting in the library hating your life.
But at least you have coffee.
Researchers from the University of Ottawa have made an astounding discovery about your morning brew.
Spilling the beans on the best local coffee and tea spots Illustration by Jennifer Vo As a polical science student, professional night owl, dancer, journal editor, full-time sarcastic, and part-time cynic, one could consider me an expert when it comes to the mighty bean. While Ottawa hasn’t always had a brilliant reputation with regards to …
Caffeine, often considered the best part of a cup of Joe, can actually mess with your insides and you probably don’t even know it.
“The sensationalism found in today’s media renders it tough to discern which foods are contributing positively to our collective health and which will likely put us in the ground,” said Roast. “That being said, I’m honoured to be one of the few who are admittedly contributing in a neutral way.”