The weblog of Nashotah House Theological Seminary reports on a new coffee shop in Shelton Hall:
… Included in the new redesign of the former bookstore are tables and chairs that have belonged to past professors.
“We found what we believe to be the old refectory pictures of James Lloyd Breck, William Adams, and John Henry Hobart, the classic Warner Sallman’s Head of Christ (1941), and a good bit of old frames in disrepair,” says [master barkeep] Joel A. Christian, ’16.
… “I have always been passionate about great coffee,” Joel says. “I have home-roasted fresh coffee beans on and off for the past 10 years. Before studying at Nashotah House, I worked with a coffee company out of Atlanta called Land of a Thousand Hills, working in sales and consulting, hosting coffee at conferences, conventions and music venues. I worked as an Independent Coffee Consultant, helping to open coffee shops and train staff in proper coffee techniques. I also worked for a bit of time in beer and wine sales at a high-end shop in North Carolina.”