Hi - well done for your thread and for having the self-awareness to be thinking about these things.
In brief, my answer is - yes, stop binge drinking.
, my answer follows pretty much wash Ingenius said. You should not be fearful of being boring - let me tell you, there is nothing more boring than a drunk person!! But it is very difficult to be the only one not drinking when all your friends are and it will be difficult when you are making new friends at uni.
However, it will undoubtedly be affecting your health at some point and you only need to do the briefest of google searches to realise that you will be doing yourself a favour in the long run by maintaining your awareness and moderating the drinking now.
Sadly, I have close hand experience of alcoholism and in the case I know of very personally, the root of the alcoholism started very young to combat anxiety and booze became the addictive drug of choice to change mood.
As ingenius said - try just moderating - low alcohol or none on the nights that you are not out. Alternating soft drinks with booze. Perhaps when it's your round ordering just the Red Bull without the double vodkas, etc.
I don't think anyone here will criticise you for wanting to let your hair and get drunk - we've all done it, enjoyed it and most of us have lived to tell the tales and get over the regrets - but just be kind to yoruself and your body and don't overdo it.