A very special Day is approaching, and the majority of people should be thankful. Sunday, May 13, is Mother’s Day.
For those who have a mother, stepmother, grandma, or... Read More →
“One Tree Hill” ended its series after a nine-year run on April 4.
Nine years. Most shows don’t make it half that long. Nine years of love, heartbreak, murder,... Read More →
It’s Saturday night and the smell of Roller Derby is in the air.
Oklahoma City Roller Derby (OKCRD) hosted a single-header with the Alamo City Roller Girls at the... Read More →
Paul Rudd and costar Jennifer Aniston play George and Linda, exhausted New Yorkers — Manhattanites to be more specific — in “Wanderlust,” released Feb. 24.
The couple can barely... Read More →
If you’re bored this weekend and looking for something out of the normal weekend routine, join Oklahoma City Roller Derby (OKCRD) at the Fourth Annual St. Baldrick’s Bout in downtown... Read More →
Whether its helping the homeless, the hungry or the helpless, OCCC is not a stranger to serving the community. The college is proud to have the ability to give... Read More →
OCCC is opening its doors to the employment world from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 7, in the College Union when Student Employment and Career Services hosts... Read More →
OCCC’s Emergency Medical Science program is getting attention for academics.
The EMS program has the highest first-time pass rate in the state and is significantly above the national average,... Read More →
Starbucks recently re-categorized the roasts of coffee: dark roast, medium roast, and introducing blonde roast.
The blonde roast is Starbuck’s lightest coffee roast yet. There are two variations of... Read More →
Ecological changes are in motion at OCCC via the Green Task Force.
The Green Task Force, formed three years ago, is an organization with the mission to increase awareness... Read More →