Helping out in a women’s shelter

By Fatima Alqattan/El Inde With COVID-19 still on everyone’s minds, people, businesses, and organizations are making huge shifts to ensure safety. Sister José Women’s Center is one of them. The Tucson-based non-profit is dedicated to nurturing homeless women in a welcoming and safe environment.

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Monsters, myths and finding the real missing link

By Vanessa Ontiveros/El Inde Stuck in her bedroom during the pandemic, with only the internet and her imagination as companions, one university student found a way to satisfy her taste for odd adventures. She wanted a good old fashioned monster hunt. And if she had to do this digitally, then so be it. First step:…

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To be in your twenties

By Frances Leone/El Inde Two young women are navigating their 20s: a college student just beginning her twenties, her sister nearing the end of them, and their mother, who has watched the two become more independent.

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Living through the end of the world

By Monica Baricevic/El Inde While my friends and I were tucked away in a small boat town, with little to no cell service, the Covid-19 pandemic began to unravel in the States. Back when the coronavirus was just a whisper in the U.S., the University of Arizona was out for spring break. My friends and…

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