When I was a child, SeaWorld was always a mesmerizing place to visit. But as an adult, I’m not sure if I’ll ever visit SeaWorld again.
One of my... Read More →
For students concerned about their dreams being too big, OCCC graduate and KFOR news anchor Lacey Lett said no goal is unattainable.
“You can … do whatever you want... Read More →
While I’ve never seen a Broadway show, I’ve attended more community theater productions and school plays than I’d like to admit.
However, after attending the premiere of OCCC’s production... Read More →
If you’re like most college students, you’re looking forward to the money to be made after earning a degree.
However, students seeking immediate employment post graduation might keep some... Read More →
The OCCC Psychology Lab is slated to host a weekly mandala coloring contest beginning Thursday, March 27, according to a flier from the Psychology Lab.
Students visiting the Psychology Lab... Read More →
Local poet Karen Kay Knauss said she plans to share the beauty of the Sooner State as she presents her new book “77 Pieces of Poetry About Oklahoma” during an... Read More →
If you sing in the shower, strum air-guitar or dance like no one is watching, OCCC’s Got Talent is looking for you.
The Future Alumni Network, also known as... Read More →
If your spring break plans include staying fit, Earlywine Park YMCA Director Paul Urquhart said their facilities are open to anyone with an OCCC ID from Monday, March 17,... Read More →
Lab Supervisor LeeAnn Townsend said the children at OCCC’s Child Development Center and Lab School have been busy studying about families, simple objects and recipes.
The children at the... Read More →
On Feb. 25, America became far fiercer than it’s ever been.
With the premiere of its sixth season, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” sped into our living rooms with another gaggle... Read More →