One of DC Comics’ long-standing hits has finally found its way into theaters.
“Green Lantern,” the Hal Jordan version, exploded onto screens nationwide June 17.
Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds)... Read More →
As of Aug. 1 of this year, OCCC will be a tobacco-free campus. There are a variety of issues concerning this — not the least of which is the... Read More →
Recently, almost the entire staff of the Pioneer went to lunch in the cafeteria simultaneously. This is a rare occurrence, as we are usually too busy with our various projects... Read More →
When choosing a book to take to the beach, or to read on the front porch as the sun goes down this summer, look no further than Laurell K.... Read More →
In today’s online culture, blogging, be it video, audio, or good old print, is one of the foremost means of spreading news and opinion.
The blog has given rise to... Read More →
The Oklahoma City Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Festival will be held from June 24 through 26 at NW 39th and Pennsylvania Ave., said Joshua Sauer, OCCC alumni... Read More →
Every semester kicks off with a mad scramble to get to the bookstore, hunt down the right textbooks, and pay a small fortune for them. The rest of the... Read More →
The mandatory pre-bid conference for the new Visual and Performing Arts Center theater facility was conducted June 1.
The conference included a walkthrough of the current facilities, led by... Read More →
As of July 1 of this year, all new full-time employees will be paid on a biweekly basis, said Larry Robertson, Compensation and Human Resources director.
In addition, all current... Read More →
Construction on the new John Massey Center has been under way since earlier this year, said J.B. Messer, Facilities Management director.
The building will sit right next to the... Read More →