The Wellness to Go vending machine arrived in the activities and recreation center at UC Davis in early April.
It offers tampons, Advil, pregnancy tests, condoms, and Plan B -- often called the morning after pill.
It's the result of two years of hard work by former UC Davis Student Senator Parteek Singh. "The more skeptical and negativity I got from other people, like, 'Oh it's not going to happen,' kind of pushed me more," she said.
Under the Obama administration in 2013, Plan B became available to women of all ages without a prescription.
Davis is on of roughly four campuses nationwide to have this kind of access to emergency contraception.
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