The newest installment of “Predators,” written by Robert Rodriguez and directed by Nimrod Antal, muscled its way into fans’ hearts July 9.
Despite having a small budget, the movie is... Read More →
“The Last Airbender’” swept into theaters July 1 with a large marketing campaign costing $280 million.
Despite grossing about $70 million in its first five days, the movie is... Read More →
Much of the Social Sciences Center, Wellness Center and the Aquatics Center were shut down July 7 after about 2.5 inches of rain the evening before led to partial flooding... Read More →
Chris Snow, Facilities Management assistant director, was awarded the Certified Educational Facilities Professional certification from the Association of Physical Plant Administrators on June 2.
APPA International is an organization... Read More →
A sex offender viewing inappropriate content on a Keith Leftwich Memorial Library computer and a car accident between campus visitors kept OCCC security officers busy this past week.
Officer Jeffrey... Read More →
Change is coming to OCCC this fall and spring as many projects are scheduled to get under way, said President Paul Sechrist.
Those include a groundbreaking for a theater at... Read More →
Students who plan to graduate at the end of this summer must submit their applications by the end of July, said Barbara Gowdy, Graduation Services director.
The deadline is... Read More →
The battle over the theories of Evolution vs. Intelligent Design has raged since Charles Darwin unveiled his concepts more than 200 years ago.
Recently, OCCC students, faculty and administration have... Read More →
It’s important for students to be aware of voting deadlines and to participate in elections, said OCCC President Paul Sechrist.
Sechrist said it’s important for students to be involved politically... Read More →
Anyone wanting to vote in the upcoming elections needs to be registered by July 2, the deadline for registering to vote or to change parties in the state primaries.
The... Read More →