Inequities in Veteran Healthcare Access | Christopher Zeuthen

Current State of Veteran's Healthcare: "Wonder why 22 veterans kill themselves every day?" was a comment made by Chris Dorsey, an Iraq War veteran, as he was turned away from receiving care at an Atlanta VA clinic (Mallin 2015). Chris Dorsey's remark echoes the feeling of anger shared by millions of veterans who have faced …

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The Influence of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Extracurricular Involvement and College Fulfillment of Emory University Students | Nicole Felix-Tovar

Abstract  This research aimed to explore how the COVID-19 pandemic affected the extracurricular involvement and college fulfillment of Emory University undergraduate students. Using the methodological approach of ethnography, I interviewed five students about their experiences pre-pandemic in which they positively associate the social and personal development aspects of being involved with college fulfillment. I found …

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Coffee with the Rabbi: An Exploration of Jewish Spirituality & Virtual Community | Emma Friese

With challenge after challenge, the start of the COVID-19 pandemic was exponentially more devastating because we could not physically gather together. We could only access emotional support, assurance, and distractions through a screen. The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically altered human interaction by necessitating interactions with those we hold dearest in a medium that is, at …

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