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    Who or what is your family at the UA?

    “I guess my friends … it’s pretty early so I don’t know them that well … but I can count on them.”

    — John Cavaliere, undeclared freshman

    “My sorority sisters and their families. My family is in Phoenix so with my sisters, their family is here … it’s like a second home.”

    — Sabrina Garcia, public administration senior

    “My floor in Árbol (de la Vida). It’s a very open environment. We keep our doors open all the time. We’re very open.”

    — Angel Soto, pre-pharmacy sophomore

    “Friends. I spend most of the time with them and hang out.
    We party.”

    — Pablo Elias, agribusiness economics junior

    “My fraternity. I actually spend holidays with my big brother.”

    — Ryan Klenke, sociology senior

    “I have a few, first Chi Omega. All my sisters are supportive. My second family is ASUA. It’s a welcoming community. Oh and Chain Gang; it’s like having 24 brothers and sisters.”

    — Katy Murray, marketing junior

    “That’s a hard question. I guess my friends; I can’t have my parents here, (so) I depend on them for studying and rides. My parents, I can only depend on for financial purposes.”

    — David Barajas, public health senior

    “My roommate, she’s always there to talk to me.”

    — Devin Galloway, pre-physiology freshman

    “My friends, they provide a home feeling. My friends’ family also provides me with what I need.”

    — Tydria Wright-White, chemical engineering sophomore

    “Wherever you go to, your friends become your family in college.”

    — Jerrod Young, second-year optical science graduate student

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