That’s the message Princeton University is sending to students via 5,000 16-ounce red cups it’s distributing following a meningitis outbreak at the University in the spring, nj.com reports. The phrase is written on the cups.
The cups also feature markings for the standard drink sizes for beer, wine and liquor and Princeton University’s Department of Public Safety phone number, and are designed to promote safe drinking, according to the report.
The Student Health Advisory Board and Health Educator Kathy Wagner began giving away the cups at the beginning of the year, and are encouraging students to write their names on them, according to the report.
According to the University’s website, a student who went overseas over the summer was diagnosed with the disease, and there were four additional cases diagnosed on campus in the spring. The disease was caused by the string known as “Type B.” Princeton University requires students to have a meningitis vaccination, but that vaccine doesn’t protect against “Type B” bacteria.