Exploring First-World Ignorance of Monkeypox
Photo Credit: NIAID By Drew FrankStaff Writer On May 18, 2022, the first case of monkeypox in nearly 20 years was recorded in the United States. Prior to this, the virus was for the most part contained within its endemic countries such as Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Nigeria, and South Sudan, having…
From Trade-Off To Transition: The Power Dynamics of a Green Industrial Revolution & COVID-19
Managing Editor Rebeca Camacho discusses the plummeting in energy consumption due to COVID-19, and what this could mean for addressing the broader issue of climate change.
UCSD Event: Is Populism Reshaping Social Protection in Latin America?
Staff writer and Managing Editor Rebeca Camacho covers UCSD event on the rise of right-wing populism in Latin America and the future implications for government spending on poverty alleviation programs.