Arianna Endicott has lived in Metro Detroit her whole life, but she currently resides in Sterling Heights with her family, which includes two dogs, one chinchilla, and a variety of houseplants. When she isn't writing, she loves traveling, crafting, making and eating good vegetarian food, and watching movies.

Ranger (left) and Dora (right)

She has loved writing since elementary school, but her love of journalism struck in her sophomore year of high school, when she joined The Generator's staff. By her senior year, she had worked her way up to Editor in Chief of the newspaper, as well as Assistant Editor of The Executive yearbook. In 2017, she was awarded an Honorable Mention in Feature Writing from the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association for her work on The Executive.

Arianna graduated from Wayne State University in 2020 with her Bachelor of  Arts in Print & Online Journalism. She was awarded the George M. and Mabel H. Slocum Scholarship twice, as well as the Armand and Eleanor Gebert Endowed Scholarship from the Department of Communication. She dreams of a career that will allow her to use her words to reach a wider audience, and wants to be the editor of a paper someday.

Her work has been featured in SEEN Magazine, Blissmark, and ToughJobs.

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