As the leader of a multinational technology corporation — specifically, the company responsible for putting iPhones in our pockets — Tim Cook is arguably one of the most powerful... Read More →
OCCC’s gay-straight alliance, Leading Individuals for Equality, is hosting an information booth from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today, Monday, Dec. 1, in honor of World AIDS Day, said Lisa... Read More →
If you’re 21 and living in Norman, it’s easy to be blinded by Campus Corner’s overpriced attractions and The Mont’s sweet concoction known as the Sooner Swirl.
Sure, a Gummy... Read More →
If you’re like me and you’re dating someone who is active — meaning your significant other prefers bike rides to Netflix binges — there comes a time when you... Read More →
OCCC is conducting a voluntary campus safety survey regarding sexual assault and sexual misconduct beginning Monday, Nov. 24, said General Counsel Nancy Gerrity.
The survey seeks to aggregate information regarding... Read More →
In a town not much bigger than my thumb, birds are chirping, butterflies flutter all about and the sun seems to shine brighter than usual as you emerge from... Read More →
With the Millennial Generation, cell phones have replaced pagers, text messaging has retired the phone call and tweeting has made email essentially obsolete.
However, with the increased use of technology... Read More →
Most people associate October with Halloween festivities, but it also is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, said Dale Rogers Training Center Vocational Programs Administrator Theresa Flannery.
“One of the things... Read More →
OCCC’s Inasmuch Gallery is featuring an art exhibit called “Tailored Jackets” — an appreciation of music legends across genres — until Friday, Oct. 31, said Cultural Programs Assistant Scott... Read More →
Growing up, my grandfather boasted small town credibility while maintaining a tenured position at the local fire department.
As a result, my grandmother felt it necessary to construct a... Read More →