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A Drexel University student who died of meningitis last week had the same strain of bacteria that caused an outbreak at Princeton University, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials said Tuesday.
T.J. Bray scored 18 points as Princeton won its fifth-straight game, 70-65 over Penn on Tuesday in the final Ivy League game of the season.
Princeton University is offering booster shots for students and staff who received the meningitis B vaccine late last year.
Princeton University officials say more than 90 percent of the eligible students and staff received a meningitis vaccine this week as part of the university’s effort to halt an outbreak.
Princeton University is getting ready to administer the first doses of a vaccine against meningitis.
A meningitis vaccine not yet licensed for use in the U.S. will be made available to nearly 6,000 students starting Dec. 9 at Princeton University, which had previously said it was considering the move.
In an email to the campus community, Vice President for Campus Life Cynthia Cherrey says that the student developed symptoms Wednesday night.
If there is any real concern among students on the campus, it would be hard to tell from talking to them.
Princeton University officials have decided to give students a meningitis vaccine that hasn’t been approved in the U.S. in order to stop the spread of the disease.
Federal health officials have agreed to import a meningitis vaccine approved in Europe and Australia but not the U.S. as officials at Princeton University consider measures to stop the spread of the disease on the Ivy League campus.
State health officials have declared a meningitis outbreak on the Princeton University campus.
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Princeton University says the Department of Public Safety has determined that a hammer hitting a chisel during a repair on Nassau Hall was the likely sound that was interpreted as gunshots and reported to them on Tuesday.