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Morning-after pill coming to ASU pharmacy


Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS
Pharmacy technician Ajit Kamdar collects a prescription at the ASU Student Health Center Monday afternoon.
Although the Food and Drug Administration approved over-the-counter sales of Plan B, the emergency contraceptive pill, this month it's not offered that way at ASU - yet.

The pill will not be available at the Campus Health Service - or at stores - until mid-November, said Dr. Stefanie Schroeder, who is chief of medical staff at Campus Health.

"Once it is available, the student must show their ID, and it will only be offered over the counter in the [ASU] pharmacy," she said.

The availability will cater to the demand for the drug, as it is a frequent request at the Campus Health Service, Schroeder added.

New provost excited by ASU size, growth

Just a few weeks ago, ASU's new provost drove 2,500 miles from Albany, N.Y., with only her dog as company. And she hasn't stopped since; she's been so busy she hasn't even had time to replace her New York license plate.

Elizabeth "Betty" Capaldi was named University provost and executive vice president of ASU in May, succeeding Milton Glick.

Glick left ASU to become the President of the University of Nevada, Reno.

"[I'm here] to make sure the faculty and students succeed," Capaldi said of her new role.
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Soccer defeats Loyola in home opener


Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS
Forward Dante Perea scores the first goal of the game during ASU 2-0 victory over Loyola State Monday evening.
The combination of the ASU soccer team's depth and the hot Arizona night appeared to be too much on Monday for visiting Loyola College of Maryland.

The Sun Devils (2-0-0) outlasted the tired Greyhounds (0-1-0), scoring two second-half goals to capture their second straight win, 2-0.

After a first-half that provided more parity than scoring chances, the home team appeared to turn up the intensity for the game's final 45 minutes.

The Sun Devils' first goal came four minutes into the second half when a pair of freshmen orchestrated the team's first scoring opportunity of the game.
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Munns to start as true freshman

Munns played his high school ball at traditional state powerhouse Chandler Hamilton - a campus that churned out former Sun Devil Terrell Suggs and current ASU defensive tackle David Smith.

The Huskies have also competed in four state-championship games at Sun Devil Stadium since 2001, winning two. Munns suited up for Hamilton in the state championship each of the last two years, winning the title in 2004.
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On the Cover: Double Take


Katie E. Lehman / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE
On a hot Sunday afternoon in August, Danielle and Barry Lindsey move into their new Tempe condominium. Two bicycles rest by the door, and the view from the foyer reveals a cluttered kitchen and a living room littered with boxes.

The Lindseys are in the middle of it all, trying to figure out where to move a large brown couch. While the room is in disarray from the move, Danielle and Barry work together seamlessly. It's no wonder - they've been roommates on and off for more than 20 years.

No, Danielle and Barry are not married - they are twins.

But Danielle says their relationship wasn't always this smooth when they were younger.

"We did not get along at all," she says.

Barry says they always had the same classes, the same friends and their teachers always knew them, because their parents were their school's band directors.
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