The OCCC Board of Regents voted June 21 in favor of banning smoking on campus. It did so to stop smokers from lighting up next to doorways and to help... Read More →
The OCCC Board of Regents voted June 21 in favor of a resolution that will make all college properties tobacco free.
Previously, college policy barred students, staff and visitors from... Read More →
To the editor:
AAA Oklahoma will offer its Tipsy Tow service in seven cities across Oklahoma for the Fourth of July weekend.... Read More →
Since the recession hit, state economies have been tightening down. There have been layoffs and budget cuts, and still there isn’t enough money.
For the second year in a... Read More →
To the editor:
I was a bit disappointed to hear of all OCCC’s budget woes in the latest edition of the Pioneer. It seems there are several places we could... Read More →
At OCCC last spring, Mike Talkington, biology professor, allegedly taught an Introduction to Biology class in support of Intelligent Design and abstinence.
Intelligent Design is the theory that man did... Read More →
The battle over the theories of Evolution vs. Intelligent Design has raged since Charles Darwin unveiled his concepts more than 200 years ago.
Recently, OCCC students, faculty and administration have... Read More →
June has already started off as a busy month in the Office of Academic Advising. Summer enrollment is now winding down and summer classes are well under way.
For... Read More →
Students, are you undecided on your college major and future career path? If so, I would like to recommend the fall 2010 class PSY-1001 “Career Exploration” Section E15 which... Read More →