Relationships, love, hate, uncertainty, loneliness — most people would say they know a thing or two about each of these basic concepts. Well, take everything you think you know and... Read More →
Students needing a quick power boost for their smart phones, iPads, laptops and other devices have a new, efficient way to get one on campus with the bookstore’s new charging... Read More →
Mazzio’s Pizza has a delicious option that many may be missing out on — at least I was until recently, and I’m so glad I no longer am.
Mazzio’s Trio... Read More →
Four OCCC faculty received Great Ideas for Teaching (GIFT) awards this year, the highest number of awards the college has received in one year, said OCCC President Paul Sechrist.
The... Read More →
The college experienced an increase in the number of reported burglaries, motor vehicle thefts and robberies last year compared to 2011, according to this year’s security/fire safety report issued by... Read More →
Sometimes it’s nice to sit back and enjoy a big plate of hearty food and not worry about the calories.
Irma’s Burger Shack, located in Midtown at 1120 Classen Drive,... Read More →
Of the 800 out of 1541 OCCC graduates who responded to the college’s 2012 annual graduate survey, most ranked their overall satisfaction at OCCC with an average of 8.77 on... Read More →
Songs, poems and other media including “Wolves in Wolves’ Clothing” and many original works were performed by nearly 20 students to a crowd of more than 50 on Oct. 15... Read More →
Ralph Gamel said he started an OCCC scholarship back in 2006 with one goal in mind: helping fund an education for dedicated, hard-working students who would then make the country... Read More →
Halloween is one of the great things about the fall season for many who celebrate it; candy, parties, fun, and dressing up. However, one of the unfortunate inclusions in the... Read More →