Let me say first that I am a huge “Transformers” fan. So last weekend I ran to the nearest theater to see the much anticipated new movie “Transformers: Age... Read More →
I had a free weekend so I went to the nearest Redbox and rented “Endless Love,” the 2014 remake of a 1981 film by the same name.
This... Read More →
Working students can get some help paying for school through an OCCC scholarship.
The Career Development Scholarship is a tuition waiver that will cover up to nine credit hours,... Read More →
By 2018, an estimated 581,500 people will have jobs in the nursing field according to research by Johnson and Johnson. Some of those will have graduated from OCCC with... Read More →
Like do-it-yourself projects? Want photos of how to do those projects at your fingertips? The Pinterest app can make that possible.
When the app first became popular, I was... Read More →
If you are a big kid at heart or have children, “How To Train Your Dragon 2” will exceed all expectations.
I am a huge fan of the first... Read More →
OCCC continues to expand its commitment to the arts by adding “Understanding Dance,” a theater arts elective class for fall 2014, said Elizabeth Hobi with Dance Theatre OKC.
Hobi... Read More →
A subject in our society that has many points of view and that I personally have an interest in is tattoos.
I have tattoos. It is becoming the norm... Read More →
Summer 2014 is here and with it, all the new summer trends.
This year, according to multiple online fashion sites, ’70s-style clothes are making a huge comeback. Women everywhere... Read More →
The Downtown College Consortium will close July 31, after serving students and businesses in downtown Oklahoma City for 18 years, said Steven Bloomberg, Vice President for Community Development.... Read More →