The ashtrays are gone, the “Breathe Easy” signs are posted at every entrance to OCCC, the new student orientation has taken place and yet there are still some people who... Read More →
If the government wants some advice on how to balance the budget, why not ask the experts?
No, not the usual suspects with their big words and paychecks to match,... Read More →
On Thursday, July 14, fans waited in line for several hours, braving the heat, to see the last episode in the Harry Potter series, “The Deathly Hallows: Part 2.”... Read More →
When it comes to gas prices, it is hard to know who to believe these days.
On July 5, an Ocala, Fla., news headline read, “Gas Prices Expected to... Read More →
Katy Perry may be closer to 30 than she is to being a teenager, but she shows an incredible understanding of teen conflict in her lyrics for the songs on... Read More →
“21,” the latest album by British recording star Adele, is a remarkable mix of alternative rock, rhythm and blues, jazz, country, and just of bit of gospel.
Beginning with the... Read More →
Many little boys dream of growing up to become an astronaut, but few get the opportunity recently afforded to OCCC student worker, Rodolfo “Ivan” Monsivais.
Monsivais, a second-year engineering... Read More →
Many little boys dream of growing up to become an astronaut, but few get the opportunity recently afforded to OCCC student worker Rodolfo “Ivan” Monsivais.
Monsivais, a second year engineering... Read More →
Thursday evening, Feb 24, OCCC’s theatrical department proved the old adage “the show must go on.”
Despite interruption of rehearsals caused by recent snowstorms, and the last-minute replacement of one... Read More →