For the 19th year in a row, BYU was ranked No. 1 in the “Stone-Cold Sober Schools” list published by the Princeton Review. In celebration of its position atop the rankings, BYU’s twitter account announced on Monday that the BYU Creamery’s chocolate milk bottles are now available with a limited-edition "Stone Cold Sober" label.
For 19 years running now, we’re the No. 1 "Stone Cold Sober” university. Looks like our trophy case is filling up. pic.twitter.com/oWjfo2W9U6— BYU (@BYU) August 29, 2016
P.S. You can celebrate our No. 1 ranking w/ a limited-edition Stone Cold Sober label on BYU Creamery chocolate milk bottles sold on campus.— BYU (@BYU) August 29, 2016
BYU student Janessa James posted a photo of the bottle label on Instagram.
“Cheers! Celebrating my 21st birthday and my first day of Senior Year the best way,” James wrote, followed by a number of hashtags celebrating BYU’s sobriety.
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