To help promote our new Central Piedmont logo, Calvine’s Coffee will give an additional 3% off any purchase when staff, faculty, and students are wearing their new logo t-shirt – FRIDAYS ONLY through February 23.
Please visit any of these Calvine’s Coffee locations at Central, Levine or Merancas Campus:
Central Campus, Library Building (old ATC), First Floor
Coppa Coffee and Tea is now open in CPCC’s Central Campus Library and looks forward to serving you! (Additional locations are to follow!)
Coppa Coffee and Tea sells organic, flavored and select single origin coffee in roasted bean and ground form. It also has an exclusive selection of decaf coffee, both single origin and coffee blends. The shop says it only roasts current-crop, specialty-grade coffees which are roasted fresh daily.
The shop also offers a variety of loose-leaf teas. If you’re looking for traditional teas that are full of flavor, try one of the choices from its section of black teas. For beneficial nutrients, try a green tea.
Coppa Coffee and Tea also sells a variety of coffee and espresso based beverages as well as an assortment of pastries sourced locally from nearby bakeries.
Some of the products offered at Coppa Coffee and Tea Café include:
• caramel macchiato
• royal moose
• white chocolate mocha
• chai lattes
• freshly brewed coffees throughout the day (dark roast, house, decaf, flavored)
What’s healthy or unhealthy to drink? What do we need to consider when choosing our beverages? Energy drinks, sports drinks, tea, coffee and bottled water, are these helping or harming us? How much water do we need to drink daily? Presbyterian Novant Heart and Wellness dietitian Cheryl Kuhta-Sutter will answer these questions at this “Lunch and Learn” presentation sponsored by CPCC Student Life and the Family Resource Center. Information on how sugar and artificial sweeteners affect our bodies will be provided. Come and learn how to make healthier beverage choices!
Time: 12:30- 1:30 p.m.
Date: Tuesday, March 20
Location: Central High building, room 301
“The Truth about Beverages” is part of a series of health and wellness programs offered during the year by Student Life and the Family Resource Center in cooperation with Presbyterian Novant Heart and Wellness. The topic of the next program will be “Exercise that’s Right for You.” It is scheduled for Tuesday, April 10 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Central High 301 on the Central Campus.
For more information, please contact Linda Jones, Family Resource Center, 704.330.6246 or Jennifer Conway, Student Life, 704.330.6743 or visit www.cpcc.edu/student_life.
Written by Angela Perry
Communications and Journalism Co-op Student, CPCC