When I met my girlfriend, we had little in common, so she threw everything she loved at me to see what would stick.
She made me watch anime, use... Read More →
Parents looking for something fun and educational to get their children involved in this summer should consider OCCC’s College for Kids program, said Community Education Coordinator Brannon Dresel.
The... Read More →
If a person has a few dozen friends looking to escape Oklahoma’s summer heat, OCCC’s Aquatic Center can be rented for pool parties.
“We have everything from soccer parties... Read More →
It’s not too late to enroll in the final four classes of a five-week crash course in film production hosted by Oklahoma Film Institute, said Gray Frederickson, artist in... Read More →
When I call myself a Zelda Fan, I use the term very loosely. Out of the roughly 20 “Legend of Zelda” games in the series, I have beaten one... Read More →
A five-week crash course in film production, hosted by Oklahoma Film Institute, will be held on campus starting June 5, said Gray Frederickson, artist in residence and studio coordinator at... Read More →
Not being much of a Wes Anderson fan, I was not sure what to expect when I watched “The Grand Budapest Hotel.”
The only Anderson film I had seen... Read More →
To a mother, Mother’s Day may simply mean a day of slightly less cleaning than a normal day. To sons or daughters, Mother’s Day often means buying flowers and... Read More →
The great rivalries of our time: Ali vs. Frazier, Zeus vs. Hades, Twitter vs. Facebook — are all overshadowed by the greatest one of all: Laffy Taffy vs. Airheads.... Read More →