By Jannah Bolds
EIC, The Bold Opinion
The NFL disappoints, yet again.
Imagine it’s the year 2020, four years post the start of, yet another, social injustice revolution, and haven’t seen progression? Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the US national anthem on 9/01/2016 to bring the reality of social injustices and police brutality amongst Black Americans; and in return, received the blackest of balls! No pun intended, but the man has not been allowed to step foot in the National Football League since. But where are we now? You would think the nation would recognize and acknowledge the REAL problem in America since then. Well, think again. Continue reading It Was NEVER About The Flag
By Deke Lloyd
The college football season has been a point of much contention throughout the summer. Back in March, when the Covid-19 pandemic was still a new and unknown thing, the college football season seemed miles away and in little danger of cancelation from the rapid spreading of a deadly pandemic. With quarantining, social distancing, and masks, the virus could be controlled and life would continue to go on by the time summer rolled around. Now, almost through August, the pandemic continues to run through states across the country leaving the college football season on a lifeline. Continue reading Politics, Pandemic Put College Football On Ice
By Iesha Westmoreland
An epic pandemic struck the world by storm earlier this year, with everyone still fighting its wrath. The essential workers of the community are working effortlessly to heal and create some type of normalcy within their community. Restaurant employees that are considered an essential workers have a different dynamic invested in this situation. Continue reading Inside the Concept of Dining Out During COVID-19