"I think both schools want this to go away immediately..."
"Nine guns, three knives and two potential sexual assaults since August 25th."
Brett Jensen joins Bo Thompson in studio with reaction to the Hornet's preseason drubbing 127-59 at the hands of the Dallas Mavericks, a jaundiced eye for William Shatner's short but sweet flight to the edge of outer space on Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin rocket ship, and a sampling of Brett's new video series called "Brett Jensen Does," which includes his first release, "Sneaking Into A Stadium In Romania."
"It's really cool the impact that men and women can have on young people by providing them a platform to fall in love with a sport, a musical instrument, technology, whatever it might be!"
"This was definitely one of those issues that was, very much so, alive and well prior to the implementation of mainstream social media." -Jaren Doby
Breaking Brett Jensen stops by to talk Panthers, the ongoing situation at Olympic, and CRT. After being charged with sexual assault, an Olympic football player was seen wearing an ankle monitor during a Friday night game. Several student protests followed. The volleyball team was suspended from playing for participating in the protests. Winterble and Jensen […]
Another student has been charged with bringing a gun to a Charlotte-Mecklenburg school. According to police, the incident happened Monday at West Charlotte High School. No further details were provided by CMPD. In just 17 days of class, this marks the eighth weapon— seven guns and a knife— to be found on school property.
North Carolina’s lieutenant governor hasn’t been shy about expressing his feelings on vital issues. And when it comes to the state’s future education plans, he has taken a hard stance against “indoctrination” in schools. In a video posted to social media by 1776 Action Org, Mark Robinson went into detail about his background as a […]
The County initially withheld $56 million from the school district after concerns of an inequality gap between minority students and white students. After harsh negotiations by both sides, CMS will not only get the amount originally requested, but an additional $12.1 million in overall funding.