SOMETHING is brewing inside the UST Central Library.

Last April 4, the UST Central Library in collaboration with the College of Education (CE) Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM) department launched The Readers’ Café at the UST Central Library ground floor.

According to Prof. Andrew Paderes, CE-HRM department instructor and café manager, the coffee shop does not only service students who visit the library, but will also serve as a training ground for HRM students.

“It is about time for UST to come up with this project. Kasi sa ibang schools na napuntahan ko, meron talaga silang coffee shop or restaurants sa loob ng campus where HRM students train,” he said.

However, Paderes emphasized that the cafe is a non-profit-oriented coffee shop.

“Maraming coffee shop sa labas and hindi kami nakikipag-compete sa kanila. We offer affordable prizes for high-quality coffee,” he added.

The shop also uses top-of-the-line coffee machines and serves Lavazza, a coffee bean imported from Italy. Ma. Cristina S. Lavapie

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