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Chelsea Norkol, left and Chloe Swanson discuss Spanish homework at the Superior High School on Thursday Night Cafe last week. Every Thursday, half of the cafeteria is transformed into a coffee house where students can study, socialize and share their talents. (Maria Lockwood)

Café offers atmosphere

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Low light, flickering candles and an array of treats transform the Superior High School cafeteria into a café every Thursday after school. “I think it’s a really good environment to study in,” said junior Chelsea Norkol. “It’s nice to be social, too.” Last week, freshman Chloe Swanson dropped by for a cappuccino and a brownie as she worked on Spanish homework. “It’s a nice place to relax and get things done,” Swanson said.

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