Today, I’d like to talk about an odd topic. It’s about the airplane mode on cell phones. Ever see it and wonder why it’s even there? Because if you can’t... Read More →
I think 90 percent of the population runs on as little sleep as they can.
People tell me all the time, if you’re not constantly tired as an adult, you’re... Read More →
The new cell phone security breach is what everyone seems to be talking about. If you are one of the few people who has not heard, the National Security Agency... Read More →
A beautiful Thursday morning turned into a frightening experience for one student employee when a car driven by business major David Ratliff, 24, crashed through OCCC's main entrance just after... Read More →
OCCC has several different ways to answer questions students may have about the campus, services offered and more.
Ask Tripp is one of the main ways students can get answers... Read More →
Why is it that as we get older, our fears increase? This came to mind not because I just saw a spider. It is because of a trip I took... Read More →
When a tornado headed toward the OCCC area the evening of Friday, May 31, the college opened its doors to a community in need of shelter. Megan Selby and Daulton Atterberry... Read More →
Some of OCCC’s camps and classes for kids have been moved or canceled due to the impact of the recent storms said Lenuel Bardeguez, Cultural Programs Director.
“Some of the hallways... Read More →