Brigham Young University ends ban on caffeinated soda sales

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Brigham Young University ends ban on caffeinated soda sales

Greg Bird fills his cup with Coca Cola on campus at Brigham Young University on Thursday. According to an online statement from Dean Wright, director of Dining Services, some locations on campus have started serving caffeinated beverages, and it will be offered at sporting events.
Students get caffeinated soft drinks on campus at Brigham Young University on Thursday. According to an online statement from Dean Wright, director of Dining Services, some locations on campus have started serving caffeinated beverages, and it will be offered at sporting events.
Students get caffeinated soft drinks on campus at Brigham Young University on Thursday. According to an online statement from Dean Wright, director of Dining Services, some locations on campus have started serving caffeinated beverages, and it will be offered at sporting events.
Rick Bowmer/Associated Press file

A welcome sign to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Mormon-church owned Brigham Young University in Utah announced Thursday that it is reversing its six-decade ban on selling caffeinated soft drinks on its campus.

Brigham Young University ends ban on caffeinated soda sales

Greg Bird fills his cup with Coca Cola on campus at Brigham Young University on Thursday. According to an online statement from Dean Wright, director of Dining Services, some locations on campus have started serving caffeinated beverages, and it will be offered at sporting events.
Students get caffeinated soft drinks on campus at Brigham Young University on Thursday. According to an online statement from Dean Wright, director of Dining Services, some locations on campus have started serving caffeinated beverages, and it will be offered at sporting events.
Students get caffeinated soft drinks on campus at Brigham Young University on Thursday. According to an online statement from Dean Wright, director of Dining Services, some locations on campus have started serving caffeinated beverages, and it will be offered at sporting events.
Rick Bowmer/Associated Press file

A welcome sign to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Mormon-church owned Brigham Young University in Utah announced Thursday that it is reversing its six-decade ban on selling caffeinated soft drinks on its campus.
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