BYU's new Milk & Cookies bar will serve new milk flavors including raspberry, pumpkin spice, French vanilla and root beer
For 22 consecutive years, Brigham Young University has topped the list as the most “Stone Cold Sober” university in the nation as ranked by The Princeton Review.
BYU students can now celebrate the long-held title of Stone Cold Sober in style at BYU’s newest dining option – Milk & Cookies.
Located in the Wilkinson Student Center between the Cougareat and the BYU Store, the cafe serves some of BYU’s signature baked goods, including baked-to-order cookies and campus milk that can be blended into different flavors: raspberry, pumpkin spice, French vanilla, root beer and more.
An oat milk option is available for customers preferring non-dairy options. BYU's signature chocolate milk will also be available for purchase at Milk & Cookies.
About the Princeton Review
Throughout the academic year, The Princeton Review surveys college students about their experiences at campuses across the country.
The survey has more than 80 questions in four main sections: “About Yourself,” “Your School’s Academics/Administration,” “Students” and “Life at Your School.” The Review then tallies the results, creating 62 lists that rank the best features of each school. The Stone Cold Sober ranking is based on student ratings concerning the use of alcohol and drugs at their school, the number of hours they study each day outside of class time and the popularity of fraternities/sororities at their school.