I recently decided I needed a few more clothes for this winter. I had been shopping online and I found some things at Zumiez that I would have liked to... Read More →
One out of every four Oklahoma children live in poverty, which means that their families may not be able to provide Christmas gifts.
Christmas Connection strives to help bring normalcy... Read More →
“If I can do nursing school, then I think everybody can do it,” said nursing student Sara Belmir to a group of about 40 during the Health Professions Club meeting... Read More →
Every person in the world has been in some kind of relationships, said Jennifer Coulson, coordinator of domestic violence victim’s assistance program for YWCA in Okla. City. Coulson spoke on... Read More →
Because Oklahoma is a state known for having devastating tornadoes, safe rooms should be a requirement for every school in the state.
Seven children died in the May 20 tornado... Read More →
The Native American Student Association hopes to share their native culture with all OCCC students during a number of events Nov. 18 through 22, said NASA President and diversified studies... Read More →
I am a huge supporter of Apple products. I have an iPhone 4s, a MacBook Pro and several old iPods so, I am definitely “Team Apple.”
In saying all of... Read More →
With more than 675,000 Oklahomans being at risk of being hungry each day, the need for assistance in solving this problem is great. OCCC’s students often help with this cause... Read More →
Advocates of Peace club members recently participated in Halloween events including Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF and the college’s carnival. They are a very active club, said English Professor Stephen Morrow, who... Read More →
I often get off work fairly late so it is already dark on my drive home. There’s always one thing that annoys me while driving at night: headlights.
It seems... Read More →