OCCC will host a scuba session with Blue Water Divers 6 to 8:30 p.m. tonight in the Aquatic Center.
Recreation and Fitness Director Roxanna Butler said those who come and... Read More →
According to Yahoo! News, among others, President Barack Obama will freeze federal worker pay for two million citizens.
“The freeze, which requires congressional approval, is expected to save more than... Read More →
From celebrity autographs to beauty products, a variety of goodies will be sold in a silent auction held from noon to 5 p.m. today and tomorrow in the first floor... Read More →
On Nov. 5 ‘Due Date’ released in theaters starring Zach Galifianakis, as Ethan Tremblay, and Robert Downey Jr., as Peter Highman. The film provided diverse entertainment along and many laughs.... Read More →
From pecan pie to Coca-Cola cake, Pathways Middle College High School is selling a smorgasbord of baked goods to raise proceeds for upcoming events.
Principal Carol Brogan said the sale... Read More →
The College Democrats met at 11 a.m. Nov. 15 in CU1 to converse about the recent ideas and future goals concerning health care and what it means to students.
Club... Read More →
OCCC will offer a new scholarship in the spring in remembrance of Lea Ann Hall, late business division secretary.
Until 3 p.m. today, funds will be raised to promote the... Read More →
Students were lectured on the importance of financial planning during the final Money Matters session, held from noon to 12:45 p.m. yesterday in CU3.
Rebecca McGee, ING representative, spoke at... Read More →
Liz Brandon of Oklahoma Money Matters taught students about the importance of protecting their identity on Oct. 25.
Brandon started by saying anytime someone uses any part of an individual’s... Read More →
OCCC's fall break will be this Thursday and Friday, and many students on campus are ready for a much needed vacation.
Student Todd Howard said he looks forward to... Read More →