It’s no secret that education isn’t cheap — but at what cost do students earn degrees?
Unless your parents are over 40 and have collected a college fund on... Read More →
Students seeking to break a sweat can look into spin classes from noon to 12:45 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays or from 4 to 4:45 p.m. on Mondays... Read More →
Internet culture is perhaps the best and worst aspect of the Millennial generation.
Without the Internet, the world might’ve missed out on its current obsession with house cats, or... Read More →
As Oklahoma City has gained national recognition as an ideal venue for rowing sports, Supervisor of Web Development and Social Media John Richardson said he hopes OCCC’s new dragon boat... Read More →
For those who appreciate good music and live performances, the “Blue Ballet” opens at 8 p.m. April 12 in the Bruce Owen Theater and is free for OCCC students... Read More →
While the most gourmet meal I can often afford consists of boiling noodles over a hot stove and adding Ragu spaghetti sauce, papa always goes big when he’s got... Read More →
The media spotlight is shining once again on the Sooner state after Hobby Lobby’s attempt to force its religion on its employees. Hobby Lobby is an Oklahoma-based arts and... Read More →
Currently, OCCC students have the option to petition to receive an “incomplete” grade in a course, but Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Greg Gardner said this opportunity might... Read More →
Whether it’s burning calories, tightening the core, or maybe just dancing around a bit, fitness instructor Elizabeth Hobi said she hosts three classes to accomplish each of those.
For... Read More →
Born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt, pre-pharmacy major and international student Amr Elghondakly said the wide open spaces of the Oklahoma plains are nothing like the Egyptian cities he... Read More →