Tablas de libertad

Por Marery Ruiz Barraza / El Inde Los Juegos Olímpicos de 2020 debutaron su primera competición de skate. Aunque destacadas figuras compitieron durante los Juegos Olímpicos, la ciudad fronteriza mexicana de San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora alberga a un grupo de patinadores que recuerdan su camino para conseguir un skatepark, ser aceptados por la comunidad…

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Local constable a symbol of hope

By Gabriella Cobian/El Inde When Kristen Randall was 18 years old, she lived at home in Monticello, New York, and had recently graduated from high school.  A few months prior, Randall’s parents suspected she was sexually active and an altercation followed soon after in which her father hit her. She assumes her parents found out…

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150 feet underground in the San Xavier Mine

By Sara Richards / El Inde “Would you like to set off the blast?” Nicholas Carouso, site manager and engineer of the San Xavier mine asks me with a large grin on his face, clearly humored by the confusion on mine. The San Xavier Mine, located 20 minutes from the University of Arizona, is nestled…

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