Rain drummed down upon the Cox Convention Center as OCCC President Paul Sechrist delivered his final formal address to graduates during the 2015 Commencement Ceremony.
Not... Read More →
The greatest tragedy of our time is the phrase, “authentic Chicago style.”
It’s thrown about willy-nilly by every crook with a hotdog or circle of dough.
I’ve put it to... Read More →
Everything old is new again. Pop music melodies are like flashbacks from my pre-teen years at the roller rink. Young people are exploring the roots of these saccharine beats that... Read More →
Recent incident reports show an incident where one student harassed another, and another student reported missing college equipment.
On April 17, a student who works in the Communications Lab asked... Read More →
The traditional words of congratulations and best wishes for OCCC’s graduating class may also be parting words for a man who has dedicated himself to leading the college in its... Read More →
Oh my children, I tell you there’s a pox descending upon this land.
I’ve seen it with my own eyes. Screamin’ Jay Hawkins howls from the swamps of the hereafter.... Read More →
Retired OCCC professor Lyn McDonald died Friday, April 3, of COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The former graphic communications professor and program adviser was remembered by some on campus... Read More →
A student receiving what she described as harassing text messages that were “obscene and threatening” reported the texts to campus police on Monday, March 9.
In a police report provided... Read More →
At around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, the school’s notification system was activated indicating a possible tornado near OCCC.
Many people headed toward safer areas in the college.
However, some... Read More →
Marijuana and drug paraphernalia were discovered by campus police who were investigating reports of a dog in distress in parking lot B Monday, March 30.
According to the report, Officer... Read More →