“Death of the Liberal Class” by Pulitzer-Prize winner Chris Hedges delves into the failures of liberal institutions such as universities, labor unions, churches, the arts, and even the Democratic Party,... Read More →
Hector Lopez sketches a caricature of diversified studies major, Kelly Claunch, outside of the College Union on August 21. Lopez has been drawing caricatures of people for 6 years now,... Read More →
OCCC President, Paul Sechrist, greets students and offers coffee and water on the first day of fall classes, August 20. President Sechrist said, “I do this at the beginning of... Read More →
The Family and Community Education Center is helping keep young minds sharp over the summer with a variety of camps targeted at children in first through eighth grades.
Some... Read More →
The Wedge Pizzeria was one of the first places in Oklahoma City to create delicious thin crust pizza the way it was meant to be: cooked in a wood... Read More →
The Oklahoma City Astronomy Club partnership with Science Museum Oklahoma, hosted a transit-of-Venus public viewing June 5 in the museum parking lot.
Members of the club set up telescopes... Read More →
Congenital cytomegalovirus or CMV infections are responsible for more long-term complications and infant deaths than Down syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome, and spina bifida, according to the Centers for Disease Control... Read More →
The OCCC Child Development Center and Lab School bases its curriculum around projects that are incorporated into daily classroom activities and lessons.
The projects are inspired by questions the... Read More →
The impact of one of the more recent interpretations of the U. S. Constitution’s First Amendment is currently being witnessed across the nation in the 2012 presidential primary elections.... Read More →