Doing simple but creative art can alleviate everyday pain and stress, said Dr. Jennifer Allen, professor of psychology and art therapy at OCCC.
She gave a presentation on art therapy... Read More →
OCCC has some of the most up-to-date training equipment for students in Emergency Medical Sciences, Director Ron Feller said. The department has mannequins that act like humans in many ways.... Read More →
The following story is the final part of a three-part series on OCCC’s Human Anatomy course... Read More →
A class of journalism students learned their age group votes less often than any other age group in America.
Jerry Steward, OCCC’s... Read More →
I don’t get to see my parents very often, but when I do, I like to treat them to lunch.
Just recently they came to visit and while we were... Read More →
Previously I took to our review columns to express my love and also hatred for my Xbox 360. On my birthday in April, with my loving family members’ help, we... Read More →
I love food. Fast food, cooked food, food food food – I love it all.
And when I’m out of town visiting friends or family you can bet I’m looking... Read More →
The greatest tragedy of our time is the phrase, “authentic Chicago style.”
It’s thrown about willy-nilly by every crook with a hotdog or circle of dough.
I’ve put it to... Read More →
Typically, I eat breakfast every day, or at least make an effort to eat something before lunch.
One Thursday morning, I had left my house in a rush and started... Read More →
The Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library, located on 2201 SW 134th St., celebrates the life and works of author Harold Keith with... Read More →