The Hawkeye

Fact or Fiction: Does coffee stunt your growth?

By Michelle Schomer

January 18, 2011

According to Specialty Coffee Association of America , nearly 50 percent of America’s population, that’s roughly 150 million American’s, consume espresso, cappuccino, latte, or iced or cold coffees. Also, 50 percent of American’s over the age of 18 drink coffee daily. If that many people...

Free Seattle Activities

Free Seattle Activities

By Kayla Cooper

June 10, 2009

Summer in Seattle is possibly the best time of year. Most people know about the obvious beaches and summer spots, but why not do something different this summer? Better yet, how about doing something that is not only different, but also free? That’s right, here are four places around the Seattle...

Paper or Plastic? Seattle City Council seeks to curtail plastic waste through legislative process and use fee

By Megan Resler

October 14, 2008

On July 28, Seattle City Council passed a new bill which contains two main components: consumers will no longer get grocery bags for free, and businesses will no longer be permitted to use or sell foam containers. Drafted and presented by Council President Richard Conlin, this bill mimics a similar law...

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