Ali

By Nicole Danigelis/El Inde Growing up, Nicole Danigelis’ best friend, Ali, was like a sister not just to her but also to her younger sisters, Michele and Alexa. Some of their happiest childhood memories were shared with Ali. In this story, the Danigelis sisters talk, laugh, cry, and remember these memories throughout their journey in…

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The celestial three

By Bryan Savic/El Inde Besides its beautiful parks, the Arizona state museum, theatre house, the simplistic beauty of the UA mall, and the iconic Old Main building, the University of Arizona is also known for its Greek life and vibrant party culture. This can be perceived as a good or bad thing, depending on who…

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Overcrowded quarantine

By Frida Gomez/El Inde The camera focuses on a small, wide-eyed blonde as she fiddles with something in front of her, waiting for her audio to connect for our Zoom call. In her background, there is a pastel pink tapestry with deep green palm leaves. The rest of the walls are painted white. The girl…

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Life of the party

By Sofia Moraga/El Inde I was such a good kid before meeting them all, my friends. I would go to class, come home, do my work, cook myself dinner, maybe watch Netflix and then fall asleep. Nothing ever happened to me. I didn’t have many friends and my life was pretty, well, boring. Safe, but…

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Go to Dirtbag’s and get a burger for me

By Sydney Jones/El Inde Crowded around the starting line in front of the Student Union Memorial Center on the University of Arizona campus, dozens of students are anxiously awaiting the annual Greek pajama race to start. The contest runs from Old Main, the busiest place on campus, to the finish line on Highland Avenue.  Crouched…

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