Sixty-three nursing students completing their associate degree will receive their pins at a special ceremony Thursday, Dec. 13.
Nursing professor Brooke Butcher said the nationwide ceremony has a lot of... Read More →
Students looking for a quick meal or quiet place to study in between classes may want to check out Perry’s Diner.
Open 24/7 and located across the street... Read More →
It’s about that time again when students start thinking about turning their used textbooks into a little extra cash.
Many companies, both local and online, will pay... Read More →
With the release of the new James Bond film “Skyfall”, I thought it appropriate to stop and take a look back at some of the music which has helped make... Read More →
Oklahomans with handgun licenses may carry firearms in the open as of Nov. 1. Even with this new law in place, citizens may still be banned from carrying firearms... Read More →
OCCC supporters Ralph and Connie Gamel were recognized for their contributions to the college at the Oct. 15 Board of Regents meeting. Since 2006, the Gamels have donated a... Read More →
REO Speedwagon rocked the stage Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Firelake Grand Casino in Shawnee.
The band entered the stage a little after 7 p.m. and began their... Read More →
Zombies took over campus as students looked on. Writer Erin Peden managed to get some insight into the situation. Watch her video to see what happened... Read More →
If post-grunge and alternative metal is your kind of music, chances are you’ve heard of the band Seether. What you may not know, however, is this widely successful... Read More →
It’s a question hot in debate: should body piercings be allowed in places of work and how much is too much? Many places of employment are becoming stricter when it... Read More →