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Photo Story: Indigo Wild

The Dart followed Indigo Wild employee, Senior Lia Biritz, around for a day.

by Maggie Hart, Photographer

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The Dart followed Indigo Wild employee and senior Lia Biritz, around for a day. Biritz has been working at Indigo Wild for just over a year. Indigo Wild is a soap company, also known as Zum, that sells products in Kansas City stores and online. Indigo Wild is run mostly by women and has a very laid back vibe when in the building. Employees play music and talk while they work.

Senior Lia Biritz weighs soaps as she organizes them into variety packs Feb. 3. The packs were made to later be shelved and eventually sold. photo by Maggie Hart
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Maggie Hart, Photographer
Hello! My name is Maggie Hart and I am a senior and a photographer for the Dart. I can often be caught in my feelings about leaving St. Teresa’s. I cannot believe this is my last year at my favorite place. If I’m not doing homework or babysitting, I’m usually watching PBS documentaries, sobbing at...
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