As a student reporter on campus I have known of several instances where fellow students may need mental health services but don’t seem to be getting it.
Just recently, two... Read More →
When it comes time to renew a library book at OCCC, students have several options, including renewing online at the Keith Leftwich Memorial Library homepage.
Systems Librarian Dana Tuley-Williams said... Read More →
I hate it when someone has died yet people say, “if so and so was here he or she would....” A beloved family member died awhile back and I find... Read More →
Financial aid changes intended to encourage students to graduate faster may be pushing some students out of college, said Student Financial Support Services Dean Harold Case. OCCC may see a... Read More →
“Bliss” is a movie adapted from an international best-selling novel by Zülfü Livaneli, set in Turkey. The 2007 film, directed by Abdullah Oguz, is an emotional rollercoaster to watch.... Read More →
Many of us have heard the statement “ignorance is bliss.” I would like to refute that statement and say no, it is not.
That supposed bliss will be gone the... Read More →
Campus police say a student was suffering from “delusions” when he reportedly told another student there were terrorists on the city bus wanting to kill her and others at the... Read More →
OKC Downtown College is offering four courses this fall according to a press release. The classes are as follows: “OKC Arts Alive!,” “Museum Studies,” “Art Appreciation” and “Storytelling.” Other courses... Read More →
Today I would like to blog about — wait for it — stretch marks. No, you did not read that wrong.
As a mother of two, I have my fair... Read More →
Now that college graduates are done with their education, they can finally sit back and relax — or can they?
The American Psychological Association website says “... the unpredictable... Read More →