April 19 will mark the 20th anniversary of the 1995 bombing that destroyed the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City.
Killing 168 people, it is the most... Read More →
Bypassing online registration is one way OCCC’s Recreation and Fitness department is fulfilling the promise of more intramural sports after spring break, said Intramural Sports Assistant Matthew Wright.
Starting Wednesday, ... Read More →
Personally, I am a sports junkie. I love almost all sports equally, from the NFL to the annual cheese rolling competition in Gloucester, England. As it is the biggest sports... Read More →
Oklahoma Baptist University was the big winner at the 2015 NAIA Swimming and Diving National Championships, hosted at OCCC’s Aquatic Center on March 4 through 7.
For the third consecutive... Read More →
In June 2009, as a reward for completing middle school with great grades, my parents gifted me a brand new Xbox 360. The grades slipped after that, but I digress.... Read More →
For years, friends and acquaintances have told me about meditating as a method of relieving stress and thinking clearly. I’ve been skeptical for years — that is, until recently.
During... Read More →
One of OCCC’s newer intramural sports, 7 vs 7 soccer, is set to begin on Wednesday, April 1, said Intramural Sports Assistant Matthew Wright.
Wright said he hopes the sport... Read More →
Students wanting to get in better shape can now do that through free group fitness classes offered at OCCC.
OCCC Health and Fitness Specialist Carole Valentine, who oversees the group... Read More →
OCCC’s Recreation and Fitness department’s current focus is getting students into the gym through activities such as intramural sports, said Sports Assistant Matthew Wright.
“We’re going to really try to... Read More →
President Paul Sechrist
OCCC’s President’s Leadership Class will continue this fall for the fifth time, even with the upcoming... Read More →