OCCC’s Bruce Owen Theater will play host to Imani Winds, a wind quintet, as part of the college’s Cultural Arts Series. The group’s performance is at 7 p.m. Tuesday,... Read More →
Changing lanes can be a good thing when it comes to helping others.
Learning Support Specialist Alta Price moved to Student Support Services in July of this year.
Price... Read More →
When most people think of musicians from Oklahoma, they think of country music greats like Reba McEntire, Garth Brooks and Cary Underwood.
Many do not realize that the state... Read More →
Every day, hundreds of African-Americans are told that the color of their skin is something to be ashamed of.
Shockingly, it’s being said by some of our African-American peers,... Read More →
House Speaker John Boehner has dissed the President of the United States again.
For those who are unaware, President Barack Obama wanted to make a speech before the joint... Read More →
While some twenty-year-olds in college are spending more time trying to decide on how they are going to split up their time between partying and studying, some are actually... Read More →
Azuka, a young African girl, is born with a tainted birthmark that deeply resembles the mark of Uru, a long-dead evil sorceress who once terrorized villagers with death and... Read More →
“The Help,” a best-selling novel by author Kathryn Stockett, was recently turned into a movie of the same name.
The story focuses on race relations between what was then... Read More →
Lieutenant Joe Lee Cunningham, 27, of Edmond died in Afghanistan Aug. 13 from injuries sustained in a non-combat related incident.
Born April 18, 1984, in Fort Smith, Ark., Cunningham... Read More →
Most children want to grow up to be like one parent or the other but who knew Rev. Run of Run DMC would have a hip-hop child prodigy on... Read More →