Breaking: Students report gastrointestinal illnesses after dining in Colonial| Apr 22, 2016
Multiple students reported symptoms of gastrointestinal illnesses yesterday and today after dining in Colonial Club, according to University Media Relations Specialist Min Pullan.
The students who reported to McCosh Health Center with gastrointestinal illnesses all confirmed eating at Colonial Club within the prior 48 hours, according to Pullan.
The cause of the illness has not been determined but sanitizing procedures have been carried out, she said.
Pullan indicated that there is currently no reported illness caused by food purchased at the U-Store or originatingfrom other eating clubs.
Inspectors from New Jersey Department of Health has visited the club and will be visiting other eating clubs and dining halls to investigate the cause of the illnesses.
More to come...
Correction: An earlier version of this article noted that some individuals reported similar symptoms after dining at Terrace Club. However, unlike the Colonial case, there has been no confirmation that those cases are directly related to Terrace. The 'Prince' regrets the error.