Drexel Meningitis Death Linked to Princeton
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The Drexel University student who died of meningitis last week had been in contact with Princeton University students the week before and had the same strain that has been present there, Philly.com reported. Officials said that the death suggests the possibility that the strain is still present at Princeton.