Getting prepared ahead of time is the best way to succeed at a job fair, said Student Employment and Career Services Director Debra Vaughn. The Student Employment’s bi-annual job... Read More →
Once upon a time, in the land of Naïvète, I believed trolls existed only in their purest form on the Interwebz. Never, ever have I been so wrong. Nor have... Read More →
In addition to a chance to continue their education, there will be door prizes and a variety of small free items available to students at the OCCC Transfer Fair,... Read More →
“People don’t often talk about suicide, even if they think someone they love might be having suicidal thoughts,” said OCCC mental health counselor Jenna Howard.
“They’re afraid that... Read More →
There are a great many uses of color in our world. Our eyes use it to distinguish outlines and form, artists use it to express emotion, clothiers use it... Read More →
If you know me, you know I'm difficult to offend. Sure I rant and the stupidity of humans angers me, but I don't often take offense. My buttons are about... Read More →
Student Life will be hosting a Brown Bag series focusing on personal finance literacy throughout the Fall 2012 semester, said Student Life Director Erin Logan.
“Last spring I applied for... Read More →
The Hispanic Organization to Promote Education is partnering with Student Life to plan events for a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Day, on Sept. 14, said Student Life Director Erin... Read More →
Gather round kiddies, it's time for uncle Jeremy to yell about the problems in the world again. What shall we yell about today?
Politics. Yay! That subject that can make... Read More →
Well, I'm not sure about my readers on this page, but my recent blog on polyamory was well received on my personal blog. Which, while I'm pleased to see, causes... Read More →