Tis the season to sell back your textbooks. With the end of the semester and the holidays near, the cash received by selling back books can lift the spirits.... Read More →
Movember is the month for men to concentrate on their health and to grow a whopping moustache while spreading the message to others, searching for a cure to prostate... Read More →
OCCC will close at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22, in recognition of Thanksgiving.
Although the 2011-2012 academic calendar shows the campus has limited access Friday, Nov. 25-27, Candice Parker,... Read More →
As the fall semester continues, planning for the spring semester is on students’ minds. Current students were able to begin enrolling for the spring semester Oct. 10. New students... Read More →
Students on campus can acknowledge October as Breast Cancer Awareness month by wearing pink ribbons provided by the office of Student Life, said Jill Lindblad, coordinator of service learning... Read More →
Being a football fanatic is no easy task for the female gender. Guys either take you as a “stupid girl” who knows nothing or are thoroughly impressed by your knowledge... Read More →
It’s a fact: some college students use stimulants because they say it helps give them a boost they need. Some say stimulants use has gotten out of control, others... Read More →
Fast food restaurants have recently expressed their desire to have a part in the federal food stamps program.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) created the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance... Read More →
With 14,000 students enrolled this semester at OCCC, there are nearly 14,000 behaviors and personalities all around campus.
Unfortunately, sometimes students do not think before they speak and... Read More →
Julie Young, OCCC’s accounting lab tutorial assistant, received the Employee of the Year Award for hourly workers at the school’s opening year convocation.
“I felt very honored and grateful... Read More →