For the first time, the U.S. Department of Education revealed its list of colleges under investigation on Thursday.
An opinion piece featured in the conservative student newspaper at Princeton University has gone viral, stirring debate about race on college campuses and social media.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Drexel University student had been in close contact with Princeton students about a week before getting sick. She died March 10.
The Ivy League school has experienced an outbreak of type B meningococcal disease. Seven students and one student visitor have been stricken by the bacterial illness since March.
Princeton University is about to administer the first doses of a vaccine against meningitis.
Several hundred people have been evacuated from 11 Princeton University buildings because of a gas leak. All buildings were cleared for occupation at 12:40 p.m.
A meningitis vaccine not yet licensed for use in the U.S. will be made available at Princeton University beginning Dec. 9.
A female graduate student developed meningitis symptoms on Wednesday and was hospitalized on Thursday.
The controller’s office employee is hospitalized and said to be in grave condition.
Since March there have been a total of seven confirmed cases on the New Jersey campus, the most recent last week.
The health concerns on the Princeton University campus are growing. Another student was diagnosed with meningitis this week, the seventh since March.
Tuesday night’s report caused police to cordon off the New Jersey Ivy League university’s Nassau Hall, an administrative center.
Gunshots were reported Tuesday night at a building on the Princeton University campus.
The student health advisory board came up with the idea after discovering Type B meningitis is most commonly spread by people sharing drinks.
Princeton University topped the list, and Columbia University came in fourth, at the newly-released Best Colleges list from U.S. News and World Report.