Arcade Fire recently released their fourth studio album, “Reflektor,” much to the long-time anticipation of fans and critics alike.
The release of the album marks the band’s first full-length work... Read More →
On Oct. 25, student Rodolfo Ivan Monsivas reported that someone had attempted to steal the catalytic converter from his Toyota 4 Runner.
Monsivas said he parked his car in lot... Read More →
More than 200 students, faculty and guests gathered in the College Union Nov. 5 to hear U.S. Ambassador John Limbert recount a time four decades ago when he was held... Read More →
There is seldom anything more precious to a college student than time. Between classes, homework and studying, work and hectic social and home lives, it can seem that having a... Read More →
It’s always hard to know what a horror film remake is going to bring to the table. It seems like remakes are a dime a dozen these days and rarely... Read More →
Student Life and TRiO have teamed up to provide students with free weekly small-group tutoring as a part of Complete College OCCC, a school-wide program that aims to raise graduation... Read More →
On Oct. 15, officer David Madden stopped a vehicle for failing to stop at the stop sign at South Service Rd. and Faculty Cir. Madden approached the vehicle and said... Read More →
Ah, online shopping — a shopaholic’s best friend.
Until a couple of years ago, I wasn’t the biggest fan of online shopping. However, I’m a very specific kind of shopper... Read More →
A non-injury accident and a suspicious fax kept campus police busy Oct. 14 and 15.
On Oct. 14, Officer Gordon Nelson responded to a non-injury accident on eastbound Keels... Read More →
As I’ve divulged before, I’m admittedly a cosmetic-buying addict. Recently, I started the search for a perfect BB cream and my investigation led me to making the decision to purchase... Read More →