OCCC’s 2011 commencement ceremony will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 13, in the Cox Convention Center, located near Reno and Robinson in downtown in Oklahoma City.
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Gary Busey isn’t the only one on the television show “Apprentice” who has completely lost his mind.
In his continual quest to extend his 15 minutes of fame by... Read More →
Brittany Williams, veterinary medicine major who opposes guns on campus, can rest easy for now since Senate Bill 858 — “The Firearm Owner Privacy Act,” that would permit citizens... Read More →
Nestled in a tiny building the heart of the Deep Deuce area of Bricktown, Sage is an Oklahoma City attempt at organic fine dining at reasonable prices. Sage features locally... Read More →
After all the pop culture hubris on music blogs over the last two weeks over the Grammys, it seems almost as if Radiohead released their eighth studio album, “The King... Read More →
Michael Snyder is not a paperback writer but he is a published author, poet and literary critic whose 16-page poem “Beetles is Gone” was recently published in the Oklahoma... Read More →
A federal hearing on how to fix problems with roads and bridges drew some of the state’s political leaders to campus on Feb. 24.
The U.S House Committee on Transportation... Read More →
Oklahoma Senate Bill 858 is a bill intended to allow citizens to conceal weapons on college campuses.
Although advocates say the bill will allow concealed carry on college campuses... Read More →