Senior Nicolas Armenta reveals why universal health care in the United States is necessary. After personally dealing with the flaws of the American health care system, Armenta now advocates for everyone’s free access to it.
Several Pepperdine students work on the front lines in healthcare to serve their communities during the pandemic. Whether they planned to start working during college or not, they stepped up and played a role in fighting COVID-19.
Graphic by Nate Barton Capitol Hill has been buzzing the past couple weeks with bipartisan efforts to move forward with health care. Senator Lamar Alexander’s (R-TN) new plan to replace the Affordable Care Act has “gotten a boost from the CBO,” according to Jennifer Rubin’s article, “On health care, Sen. Lamar Alexander got what no […]
With the primaries coming ever closer, some questions that should be posed to one of the main presidential frontrunners
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