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Starbucks provides welcoming, productive environment with coffee

Starbucks was voted as Coppell’s best coffee by The Sidekick readers. The restaurant offers a delicious variety of coffee, teas and snacks

Sruthi Boppuri, Staff Writer

April 25, 2017

For those stressful nights and morning pick me ups, Starbucks is the place to get a freshly-brewed cup of coffee.   The popular coffee company has a wide variety of drinks that are guaranteed to satisfy your caffeine cravings, ranging from cappuccinos, tea, lattes and more.   If you’...

Merry Christmas: political correctness makes mark at Starbucks

Merry Christmas: political correctness makes mark at Starbucks

Grant Spicer, Staff Writer

December 11, 2015

In light of Starbucks’ new design plan for their holiday cups, many individuals are upset, if not outraged about the global company taking off their references to the holiday in favor of a more clean and minimalistic approach to their holiday branding.   Their new design approach is to sell ...

How To: Make a Homemade Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte

October 28, 2013

By Tuulia Koponen Staff Writer Autumn: the time of changing leaves, cooler weather, sweaters and of course Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Instead of spending countless dollars purchasing the latte and countless time standing in line throughout this season, make one from home with this DIY Starbucks Hol...

Starbucks sells half priced Frappuccinos for limited time

May 4, 2012

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer To kick off the month of May, Starbucks has once again begun their "Frappuccino Happy Hour" from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. At participating Starbucks, customers can receive half priced Frappuccinos until May 13. With flavors ranging from Mocha Cookie Crumble to Strawberr...

Starbucks to host Walk in the Park

October 21, 2011

By Kelly Stewart Opinions Editor Coppell Nature Park is hosting a Starbucks Walk-In-The-Park event at Wagon Wheel Park on Nov. 6. From 2 to 4 p.m., Starbucks and the Friends of the Coppell Nature Park are hosting a refreshing walk in Wagon Wheel Park for families. Participants can enjoy the scenery...

Students celebrate fall with Starbucks drinks

October 14, 2011

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer Starbucks has always been an essential for students to who need to pull through all-nighters. With Halloween approaching and the weather cooling off, fall themed drinks are now being served at Starbucks and everyone has become excited for the beginning of fall. On...

Starbucks rolls out new drink size, continues industry domination

January 18, 2011

Mary Whitfill Features Editor Starbucks' knack for caffeine soaked goodness is becoming larger-than-life, as it introduces a new drink size. The 'trenta' will hold 7 ounces more than the company's current largest size, the venti and will, on average, cost 50 cents more. The new cup will on...

Tea -a current favorite beverage

November 9, 2010

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager This weekend I made one of the best investments of the year- on Teavana's most popular tea flavor: Samurai Chai Mate, a combination of two seperate Chai blends. I had been eyeing this tea since last Christmas, I remember, when I tasted a sample as I hurried out of t...

Tax Day Freebies

April 15, 2010

Maddie Walters Staff Writer As we are all aware, today is the dreaded date when all American citizens heave a mighty groan. It's tax day. But think positive, with tax day comes all the goodies certain companies provide as a way of saying "Thanks for being a good citizen". For example, today only yo...

Starbucks adds more choices with the Plenta and the Micra

April 1, 2010

Rebecca Neumann Staff Writer Starbucks has listened to customer feedback and created two more size choices for their coffee cups. The Plenta, 128 fl oz., and the Micra, 2 fl oz., are hitting stores this fall. The Plenta, which resembles a popcorn bucket more than a traditional cup of coffee,...

Students stick with Starbucks for studying

February 26, 2010

Rebecca Neumann Staff Writer As long as homework, quizzes and tests have existed, so have study groups to help students keep up. However, many CHS students realize while these groups are necessary, their choices of places to study are limited. Some students, such as senior Shaan Patel, study at the Coppell public library to avoid distractions. “I usually go to the library an...