College Students Work to Boost Access to Morning After Pill

WASHINGTON (AP) — The calls and text messages arrive directly to Michyah Thomas’s iPhone.

They come from other students at Hampton University in need of the morning-after pill or in search of a ride to a health center or a hand to hold. They reach Thomas, a 21-year-old at Hampton, through a hotline she and another student, Alexandria Brown, created.

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