Apparently, some people have gotten it in their heads that Ronald McDonald, the spokesperson for the fast-food company, is making their children fat.
Some of these people even have... Read More →
OCCC automotive student and veteran Johnny Nettles was recently awarded a $2,000 scholarship, according to a press release sent out by Media Relations Coordinator Cordell Jordan.
Nettles received the scholarship... Read More →
OCCC will host a Water Safety Fair from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 21, in the the Aquatic Center, said Media Relations Coordinator Cordell Jordan in a press... Read More →
I went to the International Food Fair April 28 and the only way I can explain what I encountered was an explosion of exotic food, colors, and music. It... Read More →
The Psychology Club is hosting a snow cone sale from noon until 2 p.m. on Thursday, May 5, in the College Union to raise money for their annual trip to... Read More →
Student Life is hosting the final Taco Tuesday of the semester on Tuesday, May 3, in the College Union.
The event is free and starts at noon, and lasts until... Read More →
Students in Free Enterprise is hosting a jeopardy game for the first time at noon Monday, April 25 in CU3.
The subject of the game is in accordance to Green... Read More →
Student Life is hosting a Brown Bag luncheon from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, in CU1. English professor Mark Schneberger will be speaking about stress-free living.
First... Read More →
The Native American Student Association hosted an Indian taco sale at noon Tuesday, April 12, to raise money for club activities.
An Indian taco is a traditional Native American... Read More →
The Psychology Club hosted a Make Your Own Ink Blot event in room 1H2 on Thursday, April 14. The event was hosted in order to obtain the design for... Read More →