With the holiday season approaching and the end of the semester coming to a close, many of us become absorbed in projects, tasks and plans that understandably have a way... Read More →
“Without the financial aid I receive, I doubt that I would be able to go to school,” said Jordain Williams, a biology major in his third semester at OCCC.
Williams... Read More →
A vehicle burglary and an attempted stolen vehicle kept campus police busy the week of Nov. 4.
On Tuesday, Nov. 5, Officer David Madden responded to a call from student... Read More →
Hate her or love her, it’s pretty hard to ignore Lady Gaga.
The pop music ingenue is currently gearing up for the release of “Artpop,” her third studio album.
Admittedly,... Read More →
In preparation for OCCC’s production of Paula Vogel’s “How I Learned to Drive,” the theater department teamed up with Student Support Services and Student Life to present two sessions of... Read More →
With the approach of semester finals as well as the holiday season, many students may find themselves suffering from unusually high amounts of stress. This stress, or other feelings, can... Read More →
A lost or missing SD card and an intoxicated visitor in the library kept campus police busy on Oct. 29.
Student Kevin Stout reported the SD card in his phone... Read More →