BSU Screams For Ice Cream

Attention all ice cream lovers… are you feeling cool? What about a nice 32 Degrees? A new dining option has been added to campus, 32 Degrees that is. A one-stop shop for everything any ice cream lover could ever want.

32 Degrees offers many different flavors of ice cream. You can choose to get one scoop, two scoops, or even three scoops if you’re really in the mood for your favorite dairy product. It doesn’t stop there— the new ice cream shop will offer frappes for anyone that wants something that resembles closer to a milkshake.

What about sundaes? Everybody loves ice cream sundaes! My personal favorite is ‘The Rocky’. You get a chocolate ice cream base with hot fudge, followed up with waffle cone pieces, Oreo crumble, a chocolate chip cookie, whipped cream, and topped off with chocolate sprinkles. You can also create your own sundae if you’re not in the mood for any of the options on the menu itself.

With 15 topping choices to choose from— yes, FIFTEEN— you should have no issue finding something you like at 32 Degrees.

32 Degrees is located in Bears Den behind the first set of cashiers. Come on down and get some ice cream today as the weather only gets warmer!

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