Viral TikTok about female athletes shocks the world

By Autumn Froitland / El Inde When University of Oregon Women’s Basketball player Sedona Prince posted a TikTok displaying the quality and size of the women’s vs. the men’s weight rooms at the NCAA March Madness Tournament, viewers were shocked. For the female athletes at the University of Arizona in particular, the video helped start…

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Voices from Barnum Hill

By Sam Burdette / El Inde The afternoon of Feb. 28, Gene C. Reid Park’s Barnum Hill wasn’t the serene, tree-shaded grassy area it usually is. There were no families toting old bread for the ducks as they walked alongside the south pond’s rocky border, and there were no picnics on the gently sloping hill,…

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Where dreams die: The legacy of Alvaro Enciso

By Sunday Joyahnah Holland / El Inde When a migrant leaves their home country to pursue the “American dream” and doesn’t call to check in by the next week or so — their moms and their spouses and their siblings and their children and their friends start to get worried. And when they don’t get…

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The Sun Valley hog

By Sophie Wells / El Inde A thick, white fog rolls over the single-runway of the Friedman Memorial Airport thirteen miles south of Sun Valley, Idaho. Being on one of the last flights given permission to land in late-December weather conditions, I stepped off the plane in awe of the peaceful, mountainous landscape surrounding me. After…

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