I have been writing some articles about a photo story on bullying recently. All of the interviews for these articles have brought two truths about bullying to light. Those... Read More →
My new motto as a college student is: “failures are my stepping stones to success.”
I have realized that my gut reaction when I receive a bad grade is to... Read More →
Students read their own poetry and stories while others sang songs at the Celebrate Students Open Mic event Tuesday, March 12.
Over 35 faculty, staff and students attended the open... Read More →
Students, faculty and staff at OCCC will have an opportunity to buy discounted Thunder tickets for the 7:30 p.m. Thunder vs. Hornets game on Wednesday, Feb. 27.
“It is a... Read More →
I was pairing up my socks, while doing laundry the other day, when I found a pink and white striped sock. The sock in question has no mate and sits... Read More →
Students have the chance to be a part of a photo story on campus at 3 p.m., Saturday Feb. 9. Four to five main subjects and hundreds of other students... Read More →
Musical Education Major Andrew Edwards and Vocal Performance Major Stefanie Cox can be found practicing for their rock band from 3 to 5:30 p.m., Thursdays in the Visual and Performing... Read More →
As the police reporter at the Pioneer I have read about campus thefts. Most of which seem to be thefts of opportunity.
An unattended laptop, a locker without a lock,... Read More →
Students have the chance to explore the many clubs and organizations at OCCC. The organization fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Jan. 30 and 31, in... Read More →
Knowing how and when to withdraw from a class can be confusing. If students don’t withdraw during the add/drop period, refunds may not be given, said Assistant Director of Financial... Read More →