After carrying the title of “stone cold sober” for the past two decades, Brigham Young University is raising their glasses with a new type of chocolate milk to celebrate its 21st consecutive year at the top of Princeton Review’s annual list.
BYU Dining Services announced the “Stone Cold 21,” a drink that mixes two signature treats at BYU — the mint brownies and chocolate milk.
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BYU was followed by College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout (No. 2), Missouri and Wheaton College (No. 3). On the other end of the spectrum, University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware took the No. 1 spot for “Lots of Hard Liquor.”
Each year, The Princeton Review releases rankings of the best colleges and universities in multiple categories. The Princeton Review surveys about 138,000 students at the 384 schools in the book. Each student was asked 80 questions about their experience at their university to determine the rankings.
Other notable rankings BYU earned include:
- No. 1 – Scotch and Soda, Hold the Scotch
- No. 2 – LGBTQ-Unfriendly
- No. 3 – Top 25 Entrepreneurship: Undergrad
- No. 4 – Don’t Inhale
- No. 6 – Most Religious Students
- No. 17 – Colleges That Pay You Back w/o Aid
- No. 13 – Best-Run Colleges
- No. 8 – Most Conservative Students
- N0. 34 – Top 50: Colleges That Pay You Back
See more rankings for BYU as well as statistics about the university on princetonreview.com.