Every day when I come into the college, I always see at least five individuals with the 44- to 64-ounce Big Gulp soda. Every day I see more and... Read More →
The sun is finally starting to shine. The smell of freshly cut grass is in the air. Birds are singing the spring songs.
It is finally that time of year... Read More →
With the recent events producing racial tension on college campuses, The Leadership Council held a meeting to get a feel for OCCC’s take on race relations.
The Leadership Council is... Read More →
Nearly 20 years have passed since the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City, and the memory of the event still lives on.
Computer Science Professor... Read More →
Each semester, students and faculty come together a few times for coffee and religious discussion. Then next ExCEL meeting is “Coffee and Privilege” at noon on Monday, April 20, in... Read More →
Summer is fast approaching. Along with almost everything else in my life, my summer plans are exceptionally full of procrastination.
Should I get lost on a cruise? Get burried in... Read More →
The Christians on Campus club is available to help students study as well as help their relationship with God, said club treasurer Nehemiah Kennedy.
“The most important thing in our... Read More →
Winter weather can bring people together or bring out the scrooges of ice and snow. The recent shenanigans of Mother Nature have done the former for my family and me.... Read More →
The Native American Student Association will host a powwow from 2 to 10 p.m. Saturday, March 28, in the General Dining Area in the Main Building, said club Secretary and... Read More →
“Cool and intersting” is how public relations major Hung Tran describes the U.S. Tran has only been in the states for four months, but said he really likes it here... Read More →