Many students may be unaware that African-American males are failing out and dropping out of college in record numbers.
These stats come from OCCC’s 2010 Achieving the Dream report. Only... Read More →
Trent Reznor, the suicide king of industrial pop, comes out of exile to re-ascend his throne. There he sits, hand in hand with his new queen, covered in blood... Read More →
OCCC Counselor Jenna Howard said more than 50 percent of the students who come to her asking for advice do so because they are stressed out over financial troubles —... Read More →
Jennifer Wallis, vice president of Consumer Credit Counseling Service in Oklahoma City, said although there are new laws in place that force a consumer to prove that they can afford... Read More →
OCCC will offer a parenting class starting this fall to teach students how to raise children throughout the first 18 years of their lives.
The 16-week course is scheduled 1... Read More →
Urban sprawl is the biggest problem with living in the Oklahoma City metro area.
Stu Harvey, Planning and Research executive director, provided me with some worrisome information about the further expansion... Read More →
“Grown Ups,” Adam Sandler’s latest addition to his empire of stupid comedies, is projected to be a shoe-in for the 2010 Raspberry Awards for worst picture.
It’s a very... Read More →
Oklahoma City’s open mic community is composed a loose knit group of musicians, songwriters and poets.
There is roughly one show for every day of the week, at different locations... Read More →
“Red Dead Redemption” is the latest massive adventure game from Rockstar games, the makers of the “Grand Theft Auto” series.
If any game deserves a bandwagon of cheering fans, it’s... Read More →
Members of the OCCC Science and Math Division researched the latest in classroom technology when they participated in a demonstration of SMART Board technology recently.
OCCC hosted the summer... Read More →