With just about anything there are pros and cons. Psychology Professor Jennifer Allen said the same applies to social media, but more specifically Facebook where, she said, the bad outweighs... Read More →
Students hoping to use their tax returns to pay for a spring break trip will likely pay top dollar this late in the game. Oklahoma City travel agents said almost... Read More →
The Engineering Club is a professional club that helps build networks in the engineering community as well as helping students transfer to other engineering programs at other universities, said club... Read More →
Military service runs deep in Mary Allison’s family. Allison, deaf education major, said her great grandpa served in World War II, her grandpa in Vietnam, her dad in the Korean... Read More →
Many taxpayers can expect to see some changes this year when they file taxes — mainly related to healthcare insurance and student expenses, said Accounting Professor Tamala Zolicoffer.
“There... Read More →
Members of the Black Student Association pose together for... Read More →
Business Communications major Amadou Baraze said he misses the food and giving nature of home, but likes the environment here at OCCC.
“When you want to focus on …... Read More →
The Civic Honors and Campus Impact awards are great opportunities for scholarships, Student Life Program Assistant Jill Robertson said.
“Civic Honors is more focused on the community and doing community... Read More →
President Obama’s last two speeches hit on a specific topic that people all over the country are talking about: free 2-year college for everyone who “works for it.”
While many... Read More →
OCCC’s Agnostic, Atheist and Freethinkers Club welcomes new members with open arms, said Club President Benjamin Mowbray.
Mowbray said the goal of the club is stated in its purpose statement:... Read More →