I recently started watching “How It’s Made” on Netflix after not having seen it for several years due to it moving channels. I forgot how much fun the show... Read More →
I’ve worked for the pioneer for the last two years and I’ve enjoyed the vast majority of it. I started out as a video blogger that nobody watched. I went... Read More →
Several weeks ago I wrote a review on the “World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria” beta test, and now I’ve returned to write about the actual game.
The... Read More →
I’ve just recently gotten to 90 on my warrior in WoW, and it only took about two weeks. It seems like a long time to gain five levels, but it... Read More →
I recently started playing World of Warcraft again, and I find myself enjoying it immensely.
I had quit about a year ago because cata sucked so much.
I’ve gotten about... Read More →
OCCC will host a class on project management and the fundamentals of Microsoft Project 2010 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday Nov. 16 and Friday Nov. 30.
On... Read More →
The GSA hosted a table to make students aware of National Coming Out Day Oct. 11 in the Main Building.
Club Sponsor Tennent Emmons spoke with students about National Coming... Read More →
Student Life and Student Support Services set up cardboard cutouts throughout the Main Building on Oct. 22, of people who were killed because of domestic violence.
The cutouts are part... Read More →
October is Domestic Violence Prevention Month, and OCCC will honor it by hosting a various activities from Oct. 22 through Oct. 24 with various activities on campus.
Cutouts of men,... Read More →
OCCC will offer all-day recreational camps for children ages 6 to 12 during fall and winter break, according to a press release by Marketing and Public Relations Specialist Kim Holding.... Read More →