While in high school a few friends and I would read Jodi Picoult’s books because we loved how she wrote and the way she unfolded every story. However, there was... Read More →
OCCC has many different ways students, faculty, and staff can become involved with recycling on campus — whether it is with plastic bottles, aluminum cans, paper, cardboard, electronics, furniture, fluorescent... Read More →
I have come to realize a lot of us learn many how to’s from YouTube.
I have friends who learned how to work on their cars by looking at youtube... Read More →
Today, I sat in front of a computer for hours thinking of what to write about for my blog. While talking to a friend, Katie Thurman, about ideas for this... Read More →
Every day, 87 people in the U.S. commit suicide.
“Suicidal thoughts are so common in our society,” said Student Support Services Counselor Jenna Howard at a recent event titled “QPR... Read More →
Students are coming and going from the college daily but how many of those students are actually involved at the college? How many are attending events?Job fairs, information booths, clubs,... Read More →
OCCC students set a new record for sorting at the Regional Food Bank. Forty students attended the food bank service learning trip from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March... Read More →