An OCCC student film will be screened at 10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, at Penn Square Mall’s Dickinson Theater.
Speaking about his film “Control-Alt-Destroy,” OCCC film major Nick Sanford... Read More →
Classical music crossover acts have a tough row to hoe. They can be greeted with widespread, awe-inspired rapture or they can cause the collective scratching of heads.
There is... Read More →
Student Support Services says health insurance is closer and more affordable than students may think.
With intramural flag football and basketball underway for the fall semester, there is always... Read More →
The continuing NBA lockout is leaving many Oklahoma basketball fans feeling left out in the cold.
For a city that is in its relative infancy in terms of its... Read More →
Support for the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York City continues to grow as grassroots movements have begun to appear across the U.S. in cities that now include... Read More →
Condensing the world’s most popular sport into a small metallic disc is no easy feat — especially when you have an obligation to present the simulated magnificence of players... Read More →
OCCC’s Aquatic Center will play host to Westmoore High School’s “Jaguar Invitational,” a multi-high school swim tournament, on Saturday, Nov. 12.
The Invitational, currently entering its 12th year, is... Read More →
Some of the most vocal and frightening fringe elements currently in the public eye are now presenting themselves in the form of ultra-conservative portions of the Republican Party and... Read More →
The evening walk to the Zoo Amphitheater was refreshing; 68 degrees, a brisk north wind and a touch of orange as the sun crested over the eastside rooftops of... Read More →
OCCC Aquatic Center will once again play host to Chesapeake Swim Club’s Halloween Invitational Swim Meet taking place Oct. 28, 29 and 30.
Entering its 15th year at OCCC,... Read More →