Missouri Baptist University offers the biggest on-campus coffeehouse in Missouri. In order to be such a popular spot to drink coffee and hang out, friendly barista boys are a necessity.
Photos by Haley Sandvoss
Senior Chance Ludy, business management major, and senior Mason Crabtree, health sciences major and double minor in communications studies and healthcare management, are two of four new barista boys at the Perk. Ludy and Crabtree share their experiences with making drinks and memories on the job.
The average coffee shop meets the average student’s needs, but Toasted Coffee House exceeds them. With its pleasant atmosphere and fairly inexpensive beverages, this one-of-a-kind coffee house is a necessary visit.
Photo by Stacy Rohan
Providing a cozy atmosphere and aesthetic decor, Toasted Coffee House in High Ridge, Missouri, is a necessary visit for students, families or anyone in need of a relaxing, productive afternoon. This one-of-a-kind coffee shop offers a variety of food and beverages, as well as an interactive corner of games, books and puzzles for people of all ages.
Sebastian Munoz became the Missouri Baptist University coffee shop manager by more than simply applying for a job. The journey Munoz embarked on includes marriage, immigration and a college degree.
Photo by Matt Williams
Sebastian Munoz meets with an employee inside thePerk coffee shop on the Missouri Baptist University campus, where he works as manager of the popular student gathering spot.
Local Maplewood coffee shop Foundation Grounds hosts their first-ever open-mic event Sept. 1, ringing in the fall season.
Photos by Abigail Scanio
A supportive audience, full of applause ready for each talent, encourages a performer recently at Maplewood’s Foundation Grounds.