Students looking for healthier food choices or those who are diabetic, on gluten-free diets or vegan may soon find more offerings in the cafeteria, said Corrine Aguilar, Carson’s general... Read More →
Graduating business students on a tight budget won’t have to scour the sales racks to find professional dress for interviews.
Some students will be able to select free clothing from... Read More →
Worms don’t gross out the children at the Child Development Center and Lab School, said Alexandra Sitzman, early childhood education major.
Students in preschool A at the CDCLS studied... Read More →
Filming at OCCC ended July 16 for the upcoming short film, “Going Down.”
Students and filmmakers are working on the editing process and a rough cut of the short... Read More →
The tiny Asian country of Nepal has had a huge impact at OCCC this year, International Services Coordinator Sunny Garner said last week.
With 139 students and approximately one-third of... Read More →
David Carmichiel, a man in his mid-50s, was a student at OCCC in the summer and fall of 2009. He also was homeless.
Carmichiel said his problems began in early... Read More →
OCCC English Professor Bertha Wise was selected as one of 50 professors from across the nation to attend a workshop to learn about the Ponca, Pawnee and Omaha American... Read More →
After 35 years in education and four years at OCCC, the director of the Language Arts Department retired last week.
Cheryl Stanford, who instituted the multicultural English program, made the... Read More →
The children at the Child Development Center and Lab School have harvested vegetables every morning in their garden this week, Lisa Jones, teacher and lab assistant said.
The garden,... Read More →
Students in the college’s Upward Bound Program learned team-building skills during a one-day workshop June 18, said Carmela E. Pyle, program assistant director.
Upward Bound is a program that offers... Read More →