This year has been a big one for Joey Stipek – from being awarded a $2,000 grant from FOI to fight a lawsuit against the University of Oklahoma concerning public... Read More →
Biology Professor Nathaniel Abraham said throughout the semester, about 50 percent of his BIO 2255 students have dropped the class, which is the normal rate.
Abraham said the students who... Read More →
I’ll start this thing off by apologizing, because this is going to be cheesy. Seeing this is my very last editorial for the Pioneer, I wanted to leave some words... Read More →
Doing homework can be stressful and, if you’re anything like me, being stressed can distract you from doing homework.
It’s a vicious cycle of procrastination and stress, both of which... Read More →
English professor Bertha Wise will retire in May after 25 years at OCCC.
Wise said she sees life as an adventure, finding new and interesting things all the time —... Read More →
The day was April 1, also known as April Fool’s day. It was in the middle of the week, on a Wednesday. Not only were everyone’s spirits low on this... Read More →
Jerry Steward, Executive Vice President, was announced as the new OCCC president in a special Board of Regents meeting held Friday, April 10.
Steward will take over as... Read More →
For most Mac owners, GarageBand is a cute little program to record music on. When I first bought my MacBook Pro, I thought this program was incredible. To think there... Read More →
That was the countable number of homeless people in the Oklahoma City area in 2014, according to homelessalliance.org.
Though the state’s homeless population has declined significantly... Read More →
Students can get fit for free at OCCC. In fact, all students, faculty and staff can use any of the facilities in the Wellness Center, located... Read More →