BYU's ice cream stockpile dwindling

by | Aug. 03, 2009

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BYU is running out of ice cream, but fans of the university's favorite frozen confection don't need to worry — as long as they aren't picky about their flavors.

University officials say the dwindling supply will be enough to see the school through Education Week later this month, the start of fall semester classes Aug. 31, and at least the first home football game against Florida State Sept. 19.

"We are just about out of ice cream," said Dean Wright, director of dining services. "We are down to seven flavors in the three-gallon containers. We also have enough 12-ounce ice cream treats — cookies and cream, cookie dough and roasted almond fudge — to get us through the first two football games."

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