Although school is over for most students, that doesn’t mean the college will turn into a ghost town. OCCC will host academic and fitness programs for both children... Read More →
Finding a relaxing coffee shop can be difficult. Many coffee shops are either tiny or seem pretentious to newcomers.
Beans and Leaves, near NW 39th and Penn, is... Read More →
The end of the semester is just around the corner, and the end of the academic year comes hand-in-hand with final tests, and test-related stress.
Learning Support Specialist Mary... Read More →
April is Autism Awareness Month, and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has released new numbers that show its prevalence in America.
A recent CDC report estimates that... Read More →
The 36th annual Student Awards Ceremony will take place at 6 p.m. Friday, April 20, at in the General Dining Area of OCCC, said Student Life Assistant Marcy Roll.... Read More →
YouTube is a magnet for stupid (albeit funny) videos.
The site is full of dancing animals, crotch shots, lip dubs and abridged animated series. The only genre of video... Read More →
The U.S. Justice department recently shot down legislation in Texas requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls. The department claims this rule discriminates against Hispanic voters, since... Read More →
The good news is, employment in the Oklahoma City area is looking up. However, a positive trend in the jobs sector correlates with a negative trend in student... Read More →
With March being Women’s History Month, it allows women to celebrate the achievements and advances that have been made.
We have compiled a short list of just some of the... Read More →
With spring break coming, many students will be using the week to travel to exciting destinations.
For students who simply cannot afford to travel far, there are closer... Read More →