The following story is the final part of a three-part series on OCCC’s Human Anatomy course... Read More →
Thanksgiving’s come and gone again. For many of us it was a typical match to everyone else’s. We all over-ate the same foods, watched the same stuff on TV,... Read More →
Sitting at the sports desk today and gazing out a nearby window, I’ve watch a hundred scraggly tufts of unkempt facial hair (mostly neckbeards) go scurrying by shamefully. Occasionally a... Read More →
I’m not entirely tech savvy. If civilization had stopped progressing with the advent of beef jerky, that would have been OK for me. Instead, technology marches on.
Now, I’ve got... Read More →
OCCC’s Intramural Sports Assistant Matthew Wright said he knows what a whirlwind the last week of school can be.
He said this fall, the Recreation and Fitness department is approaching... Read More →
With finals looming, Sports Assistant Matthew Wright said, for some, the true tests may be taking place in the weeks before finals in the school’s gymnasium.
OCCC’s Recreation and Fitness... Read More →
Isuamfon Williams said he moved to the U.S. when he was almost 16.
“I came from the southern part of Nigeria; Akwa Ibom,” Williams said.
He said of the... Read More →
On Friday, Oct. 24, a film production student was stopped at the OCCC Halloween carnival and asked by the Student Life director to delete footage he had taken for... Read More →
Psychology major Brit-tney Henderson works for about five hours most days as a Wellness Center Attendant.
She said on any given work day she sees a number of people toting... Read More →
Even with fewer Oklahomans smoking than in years previous, the State Health Department still lists smoking as the leading preventable cause of death for state residents.
Organizers behind the... Read More →