What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger

By Joseph Klein / El Inde More than half a million people play high school basketball in the United States. Many of those kids have dreams of being a collegiate athlete at a Division One school. Yet only one percent of those students actually get to achieve their dream. Back in 2017, one of those…

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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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Bills Mafia, baby!

By Haley Epstein / El Inde Bills Mafia, the self-named Buffalo Bills fanbase, is widely known for chaotic tailgates and diehard loyalty. Even if they’re losing, which they are usually projected to, Bills Mafia continues to show their cult-like support. The 2020 NFL season saw the Buffalo Bills on the upswing, winning their first playoff…

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