Coffee’s Caffeine Content, New Navigators
Coffee’s Caffeine Content, New Navigators
Learn about one student’s research on caffeine content in coffee; meet the front line of student support; and more 
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How does roasting coffee change its caffeine level? Isabelle Clayton, a senior nutrition and Spanish major, used grant funding from the Undergraduate Summer Opportunities for Applying Research (U-SOAR) program to find out.
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Starting this academic year, all students will have a navigator—a frontline, full-time staff member to support and guide them. Learn more about the program and the people filling those roles.
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