O’s-pinion: Ready or Not, the Work is Coming

I started my internship this week, and classes start tonight. I felt putting a quick mental check-in is needed since I’m going to be balancing work and school. My sleep schedule isn’t the best right now because I’ve been trying to update myself on different documents to fill out for graduate school, however, due to the constant changes at Norfolk State University during the coronavirus … Continue reading O’s-pinion: Ready or Not, the Work is Coming

O’s-pinion: Voting, What You Need to Know and Why it’s Important

During the COVID-19 crisis, there is a lot a talk about the concerns of voting while some states are still under the state-at-home order. This year there will be a wave of new votes of 18-year-old who just graduated from high school. Most of them were probably looking forward to voting for the first time, but with the COVID-19 situation, it’s hard to determine. Elections … Continue reading O’s-pinion: Voting, What You Need to Know and Why it’s Important

O’s-pinion: Locked and Loaded for This Year?

As we enter the new year and the start of a new decade, I hope we all learned more than we ever had these couple of years. Especially bringing back the glory of common sense. I believe this new year needs to be taken a lot more seriously than the other past ones. In my opinion, the past years either fell flat or had some … Continue reading O’s-pinion: Locked and Loaded for This Year?

O’s-pinion: Validation and Credit Gone Too Far? Social Media Edition

This is a touchy topic because it can go either way. The problem most of us are facing is who did what first and who owes who a “thank you” when doing certain things. Especially on social media. Credibility is defined as the quality of being believable or worthy of trust and validation is defined as the action of checking or proving the validity or accuracy of something, according to Dictionary.com. Please place … Continue reading O’s-pinion: Validation and Credit Gone Too Far? Social Media Edition