Returning to Work: Do I have to get vaccinated?

Mariana TeranApr 26, 20213 min read
As employees start to head back to the office there is one question on their mind – do I have to get vaccinated to go back to the office?  While many employees voluntarily chose to get the Covid-19 vaccine, others are concerned about losing their job if they choose not to […]

Overhauling The U.S.’s Crumbling Infrastructure: Access to Clean Drinking Water is a Human Right

Alexander NaumApr 26, 20213 min read
Seven years ago, the U.S. media began reporting on the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. While the City of Flint has finally replaced its pipes and the 95,000 residents of Flint have become eligible to receive a portion of a $650 million dollar settlement, many residents of Flint still do not […]

Where Do the Vaccines Go From Here? Issues With Vaccine Quality and Supply During COVID.

Shelby TaylorApr 26, 20213 min read
As the US begins to turn a new page since the Pandemic first devastated our country in 2020, many Americans plan to be vaccinated in efforts to return to life as they once imagined. The Biden Administration has placed tremendous support and funding behind vaccines produced by Pfizer, Moderna, and […]

Numbers Can Lie: Gaming the Medicare Rating System in Nursing Homes and Long-Term Care Facilities

Christiane CardozaMar 31, 20215 min read
As of March 2021, over 174,000 people living and working in nursing homes and long-term care facilities in the United States have died as a result of COVID-19; these deaths account for approximately forty percent of the COVID-19 deaths that have occurred in the United States. Many government officials, on […]

Weakening Roe v. Wade: Conservative States Have a Plan

Delaney Biddy-HoffmanMar 31, 20213 min read
In 1965, illegal abortions performed in unsafe settings made up one-sixth of all pregnancy-related deaths. In 1973, the Supreme Court addressed this issue in the landmark decision from Roe v. Wade by holding that access to safe and legal abortion is a constitutional right. States that do not agree with […]