In October’s President’s Advisory Council meeting, a question was submitted to President Paul Sechrist asking why OCCC’s student workers are limited to working only 20 hours a week when,... Read More →
Indie rock band Deerhunter returns with their third album, “Halcyon Digest,” and manages to blend together elements of noise rock, shoegaze, post-punk and pop together seamlessly in quite possibly... Read More →
Students struggling with selecting classes for the upcoming spring semester may want to access a social networking website that can at least help determine which professors might be... Read More →
Carson’s food service on campus has seen steady improvement in its health department inspections, from the worst in 2006 to the best — with virtually no violations — in... Read More →
Two thefts were reported the last week of October at the Wellness Center. Both occurred on Monday, Oct. 25.
The first incident happened at around 3:15 p.m. when a... Read More →
OCCC students have choices.
They can forge their own career paths, taking classes when they want and as many, or as few, credit hours as they want at any... Read More →
Today’s generation of students has grown up in the Internet age. As a result, there seems to be a growing disconnect between students and professors over what constitutes academic... Read More →