Author: Teresa Mettela (Left Leaning) Immigrants during COVID According to the New York Times, approximately 955 new coronavirus deaths and 77,718 new cases were reported in the United States on April 1st. As of Friday morning, more than 30,562,800 people in the United States have been infected with the coronavirus according to a New York Times database. Having studied the virus’ impact, we now accept … Continue reading Why do Older Immigrant Generations Tend to be Afraid of The COVID Vaccine?
Author: Alexandra Djonovic (Left Leaning) I would have never believed you if you told me, a proud and archetypal member of Generation Z, that I would be coaching disgruntled adults, sometimes significantly older than myself, on what a deductible is. Some things are too emblematic of adulthood, and grasping healthcare in this country is one of those things. And yet here I am. I work … Continue reading A Complicated Patchwork: You Shouldn’t Feel Bad If You Don’t Understand U.S Healthcare
Author: CAMILA RIOS MOLINA Gianna Nino, a graduate student at Stanford University, faced job insecurity alongside millions of Americans during the pandemic. She decided to follow in her family’s footsteps and pick fruits at a Bay Area farm. In a viral tweet reaching a quarter-million people, she wrote, “I’m about to finish up my time in the fields and wanted everyone to know that we … Continue reading Why Agricultural Workers are STILL Being Underpaid
By: Wai Tun Naing (Left-leaning Moderate) The world has gone upside down. The virus has gone uncontrolled. Millions have died. And the so-called best country in the world, the United States, has fallen on its knees. But whose fault is that? When we cannot possibly decide which side is responsible without bias, it is evident that politics is the one to blame for the current … Continue reading Covid-19 and Politics: How the Great has Fallen