Andra Gutierrez standing with the green Gila River marshlands behind her. She is wearing a traditional O’otham attire with seashell jewelry.
Native Sun Devil Andra Gutierrez. (Photo credit: Courtney Lively Photography)

More than Something Else

By: ASU’s Spring 2021 Native Narratives Cohort

Andra Gutierrez (Akimel O’otham & Mexicana) | Major: Sustainability

Elena Morris (Diné) | Major: Psychology

Chael Moore (Diné) | Major: English — Creative Writing

Shauntel Redhouse (Diné) | Major: Nutrition (Dietetics)

Tally Totsoni (Diné) | Major: English Literature

The Spring 2021 ASU Native Narratives Cohort.
A close up of a flower thriving on the Gila River reservation landscape.
(Photo credit: Courtney Lively Photography)
A portrait of a smiling Andra with a pullout quote that reads: “I am the seeds growing through drought and piercing through concrete.”
(Photo credit: Courtney Lively Photography)
A close up portrait of sunflowers growing on the Gila River reservation landscape at sunset.
(Photo credit: Courtney Lively Photography)

This renga is a collective authorship of the following people:

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