PROVO, Utah — Brigham Young University has been named the nation’s number one “Stone Cold Sober” school for the 22nd year in a row, and the Y is celebrating in a tasty way.
They have a new spot called “Milk and Cookies.” It is a dining spot in the Wilkinson Student Center between the Cougareat and the BYU Store, with baked goods and milk made at the BYU Creamery.
A news release from BYU says the milk can be blended into flavors like raspberry, pumpkin spice, French vanilla, and root beer.
Those who don’t drink dairy can choose an oat milk option.
The cookies are made ready to order and served warm alongside the cold milk.
The bar opened this week, and BYU President Kevin J. Worthen was spotted there sampling the goods.
BYU has celebrated “Milktober Fest” in the month of October in years past with new milk flavors, memes and giveaways.
The Princeton Review surveys college students every year. The Stone Cold Sober ranking is based on what students report about the use of alcohol and drugs at their school, the fraternities and sororities, and how much they study every day.
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