Princeton Offering Meningitis Vaccines for Students’ Significant Others

Princeton is continuing to fight the meningitis outbreak that hit campus last year.

Princeton, still reeling from a meningitis outbreak on campus last year that led to the death of a Drexel student, is now offering an unapproved meningitis vaccine to more people.

Princeton announced it is offering the vaccine to University-affiliated individuals in relationships with students. Basically, if you’re a Princeton janitor who is in a heartwarming, class-defying romantic relationship with a rich senior at the school, you can get the vaccine.




[Daily Princetonian]

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