It is mind boggling that in a country where it is legal to protest during a fallen soldier’s funeral with hateful picket signs saying such things as “Thank God for... Read More →
Along with the May Fair and the Norman Music Festival, students of OCCC can also celebrate 89er Day at the Moore-Lindsay Historical House Saturday, April 30.
Museum curator and OCCC... Read More →
This past weekend, the Master’s Golf Tournament at Augusta, Ga., was a spectacle for the ages.
In the final round on Sunday spectators were amazed to see the lead change... Read More →
An interesting little drama has been playing out in Meridian, Miss., for the last few months.
A real gypsy fortuneteller named Sandy Mitchell has been attempting to get the Meridian... Read More →
A friendly guest greeted OCCC Thursday with the arrival of Big Truck Tacos on the campus. Hundreds of students lined up in the hotter-than-normal weather to feast upon delicious tacos... Read More →
Whether you’re a football fan or not, chances are you probably tuned in to this year’s Super Bowl in anticipation of the commercials. From witty ads to movie trailers, Super... Read More →
The upcoming Super Bowl XLV (45) is an interesting matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers against the Green Bay Packers.
The Packers have the edge in the offensive category, averaging 30... Read More →
During winter break this semester, many bands rocked Oklahoma City and surrounding areas, one Oklahoma City Community College student headbanged in support of local charity.
Tyler Comes, 21, sophomore... Read More →
The recent shooting in Tucson, Ariz., that left a 9-year-old girl dead along with five others, and injured 13, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona, was undeniably a tragedy.
The... Read More →