NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Anna Ciacciarella put color-coded tape on all the desk lamps, mattress pads, notebooks and other dorm-room items as she and her three siblings prepared to move from the family home in Naugatuck to Quinnipiac University.Her supplies were tagged red, Michael's blue, Vincent's yellow, and Sofia's orange.Organization is something their parents, Anne and Mike, have become experts at since the four became the first quadruplets born at Yale-New Haven Hospital 18 years ago. Next week, they become the first set to attend classes at Quinnipiac."They originally had no intention to go to school together or stay in Connecticut," Anne Cicciarella said.
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