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Toasting 21 years “Stone Cold Sober”

Limited edition “Stone Cold 21” Chocolate Milk coming later this fall.

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For 21 consecutive years, Brigham Young University has topped the list as the most “Stone Cold Sober” university in the nation as measured by The Princeton Review.

As a salute to BYU students, who play a crucial part in retaining this distinction, BYU Dining Services announced a new flavor of chocolate milk that pays homage to the university’s signature mint brownies. Limited quantities of "Stone Cold 21" will be available for purchase later this year.

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.

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