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Coffee enthusiasts find cozy escape at Bella Latte

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From a simple cup of freshly roasted coffee to a sweet creative concoction, Bella Latte caters to the caffeine enthusiast. Paul Melotte, owner and CEO of Bella Latte’s parent company Melotte Enterprises, opened the first Bella Latte in 2006. Melotte and his wife, Sissy Melotte, describe themselves as “lifelong coffee aficionados” and now own three

Aramark employees give back to Greenville community

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In an effort to give back to the community, 12 Aramark team members from around the state of  South Carolina volunteered to take part in Aramark Building Community Day, Sept. 20. Brent Wustman, the BJU Dining General Manager of Aramark, said the team worked at Gateway House, a mental health resource that supports people with

‘No ‘Poo’ movement convinces some, disgusts others

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Most people believe shampooing their hair at least several times a week is necessary to maintain a luscious, healthy mane. But a select few believe the very shampoos designed to protect hair end up damaging it. In pursuit of healthy hair, a movement defying the culturally acceptable practice of shampooing has emerged.  The ‘No Shampoo’

Millenials and the facts behind the reading stereotype

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Freeloaders, text addicts, internet-obsessed millennials? Sometimes it seems that other generations just can’t stop picking on the notorious Generation Y. No generation is flawless, but some stereotypes may need some fact checking. For instance, the stereotype that millennials don’t read. A Pew Research Center study recently found that millennials are just as likely as older

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