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Oklahoma history drifts onto OCCC campus

June 17, 2019 0 147

As a way to bring Oklahoma history to campus, OCCC dedicated the sculpture “Downstream Drifters” Monday near the college’s Main Building entrance. The artwork is a composition of four different... Read More

Children teach adults lesson in OCCC Disney World play

June 14, 2019 0 189

OCCC students, parents, grandparents and even college President Jerry Steward were reminded to always do what they are told, when College for Kids presented the play, Day at Disney, July... Read More

College cafeteria closes temporarily until Fall

June 14, 2019 0 158

Students can buy food at the Campus Coffeeshop The Oklahoma City Community College cafeteria will be closed starting Friday, June 14, and will not be reopened until the start of... Read More

Energy FC Wins Thriller 4-3

May 29, 2019 0 240

By Ryan Chapman, Sports Editor NORMAN– Whoever said soccer was supposed to be dull clearly didn’t relay the message to Energy FC and the Tampa Bay Rowdies. After a nearly... Read More

Energy FC Holds On To Beat Switchbacks FC 1-0

May 27, 2019 0 400

By Ryan Chapman, Sports Editor OKLAHOMA CITY- A complete 90 minute performance had eluded the Energy for most of May in league play. Two weeks ago, after a dominant opening... Read More

In America, Single Fatherhood Is On The Rise.

May 20, 2019 0 478

Pioneer Senior Writer, Marcus Robertson Single fatherhood is on the rise. For much of American history, responsibility for raising children fell by default to mothers—whether they had help or not.... Read More

Yes, Being Gay And Christian Is As Difficult As You Imagined.

May 20, 2019 0 377

Pioneer Staff Writer, Miranda Foster It is a beautiful thing to see how understanding people can be. It’s not uncommon to see communities join together to celebrate the homosexuals, bisexuals,... Read More

For One In Six Men Sexual Assault Isn’t A Myth

May 20, 2019 0 361

Staff Writer/Photographer, Jenna Twyman “I had no idea what was going on. It wasn’t until I was older that the realization set in, and when the problems started. I didn’t... Read More

Gender Roles Have Forced Males to Adapt

May 20, 2019 0 477

KaraLee Langford, Editor Far too often we hear about the problems and difficulties women endure in today’s world. Truthfully, it is not popular opinion to endorse the male’s side and... Read More

Energy FC Win, Advance in U.S. Open Cup

May 14, 2019 0 478

By Ryan Chapman, Sports Editor NORMAN, OK- Energy FC looked comfortable in their opening match of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, winning 3-1. Oklahoma City avenged their loss in... Read More