A man is sitting in the Oklahoma County Jail after he was arrested by OCCC police on Oct. 1 on complaints of sexual battery, assault and battery, and obstructing... Read More →
Arts Festival Oklahoma generated its share of police reports on Labor Day weekend.
On Aug. 30, a black nylon bag was found inside a portable restroom at the festival.... Read More →
Clay Taylor is a fairly typical guy. He is a Film and Video Production major at OCCC, he owns a camera and he uses Instagram, a smartphone app used... Read More →
On Labor Day weekend, my family was dying to get out of town, so we drove a grand total of 25 miles to Noble, OK.
Of course, after all... Read More →
Since Instagram graciously added a video feature to their app in June 2013, I noticed a huge increase of video on all of my social media pages.... Read More →
OCCC may not have a mascot, but a virtual goose named Tripp can help solve student problems. Want to meet him? Tripp is just a click away and always... Read More →
Recent crime reports include a stolen backpack and a stolen name plate.
A student’s backpack was taken after he left it unattended in the Math Lab.
At approximately 4... Read More →
When Jennifer Brumley enters the Nursing Process III classroom, students will be getting more than a professor. They’ll get a professor with real-world experience.
Brumley worked at The Oklahoma... Read More →
I don’t care who you are, how old you are, or where you live, we all have one thing in common — donuts. They’re the best breakfast food, the... Read More →
When students are given a diploma at graduation, they usually don’t get a hug from the college president — unless he has been your mentor.
Community Outreach and Education... Read More →