On last Saturday, the Oklahoma City Thunder announced that they have reached an agreement with Serge Ibaka for four years, equalling $48 million dollars. Of course this raises questions with... Read More →
The OCCC Cultural Arts Program will be presenting Holiday on Broadway, A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra, Time for Three, and The Four Freshmen in the Bruce Owen Theater for the... Read More →
Kevin Durant has become one of the best closers in the entire NBA.
KD’s evolution as a playmaker has helped him become a better closer.
Kevin scored 17 big points... Read More →
The OCCC Men’s Community Basketball League kicked off its Spring season at 7 p.m. on March 8. The season, however, is still going strong through May 3 and exciting... Read More →
I am a huge basketball nerd so I came into the NCAA National Championship Game between Kentucky and Kansas with a certain expectation. However, most casual fans went with... Read More →
The CoEd Volleyball League has been canceled due to lack of participation from students and faculty.
According to Eric Watson, Recreation and Sports specialist, it appears there was not... Read More →
In observing Thunder fans for the past three years I have learned that Russell Westbrook is always the subject of blame.
“He is shooting too much,” “Slow down,” and the... Read More →
The NBA All-Star Game took place this past Sunday, Feb. 26.
Orlando, Fla., was the host city for the All-Star festivities, where the West came out with the victory 152-149... Read More →
The Mountain West Conference Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships will take place Feb. 22 through 25 at the OCCC Aquatic Center. The first event will begin at 12:30 p.m.... Read More →
Students, faculty and staff that wish to get in shape but don’t have much time on their hands have some options.
The Abs Express class is offered for $20... Read More →