As a community college, OCCC has an obligation to enhance and help the community that supports it. But recently, some students and staff have been complaining about people who... Read More →
There are good movies, bad movies, and movies in between.
“Cyrus,” the latest from Fox Searchlight Pictures, transcends these categories. This movie could qualify as a vile form of psychological... Read More →
An OCCC student from India will team up with an Iowa State University engineering professor to tour the most prominent colleges of India, speaking to students, teachers and government officials.... Read More →
Thousands of fans are flocking into theaters to see “Eclipse,” and those fans will not be disappointed because it is easily the best movie in the the “Twilight” saga so... Read More →
Take all the best parts of every slasher movie you can think of, throw in some teddy bears and the result is “Naughty Bear,” the hilariously macabre game released June... Read More →
Almost 25 years after the end of the hit TV series of the same name, “The A-team” makes the leap to the silver screen.
Filled with laughs, machine guns and... Read More →
Since the recession hit, state economies have been tightening down. There have been layoffs and budget cuts, and still there isn’t enough money.
For the second year in a... Read More →
The latest Anita Blake novel, “Bullet,” combines a fluid writing style with non-stop action. Packed with sex, violence and magic, Anita’s latest adventure is the perfect summer read.
Released... Read More →
The Keith Leftwich Memorial Library is adding new digital services to help students use the library’s facilities more easily and effectively, library staff say.
Amanda Lemon, electronic services librarian,... Read More →
The OCCC Bookstore will be closed June 28 to 30 for annual inventory, said Brenda Reinke, store director. Inventory takes place every year at this time in preparation for incoming... Read More →