In the early stages of Internet or technology addiction, neurotransmitters in the brain begin overloading the body with dopamine. Dopamine is the chemical hormone that controls roles in behavior and... Read More →
Students who have gone above and beyond in the pursuit of academic excellence and integrity will be honored in an awards ceremony at 6:30 p.m. May 3, in the... Read More →
We’re definitely heading into the home stretch of the Spring 2013 semester. That means it’s high time for me to slowly start losing my mind, and collapse under the imminent... Read More →
Anyone who knows me well enough knows that there’s one thing I love more than anything else - it’s music!
For as long as I can remember, I’ve enjoyed a... Read More →
Typically, going through a website like facebook doesn’t help me glean much insight into anything useful or thought-provoking but I was met with a bit of a surprise as I... Read More →
March is National Women’s History Month and the National Women’s History Month Project invites everyone to participate in remembering the women who have changed the world with contributions, discoveries and... Read More →
Due to the prospect of inclement weather, the OCCC campus will be closing at 1 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 25.
All classes and activities scheduled after 1 p.m. are canceled.... Read More →
Katie Thurman Staff Writer Imagine, if you will, the end of the day. You’ve been working hard, you’ve been going to class, and there’s no telling how long... Read More →
The VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program is here to help OCCC students and Oklahoma City residents alike for the 2013 tax season. VITA offers help to taxpayers who make... Read More →
With classes swinging into full gear, students know one thing for sure: they need textbooks. However, textbooks cost money — sometimes a lot of money — and college students don’t... Read More →