Motivating students in a myriad of ways is what Amy Wilson, Learning Skills Professor, enjoys doing.
Each semester in her College Writing II class, Wilson issues a challenge... Read More →
You could film Johnny Depp standing quietly in a plain white room for two-and-a-half hours straight. If you released that footage millions of women would still flock and happily... Read More →
There’s something powerful about Americans exercising their First Amendment rights. That power has, for the last 39 days, flipped out America and the media.
On Sept. 17, the Occupy... Read More →
Haunted houses, creepy conservatories, and trick-or-treating, oh my!
According to the National Safety Council, parents preparing children for Oct. 31 are encouraged to instruct them on safety procedures. Those... Read More →
Seeing Maroon 5 live is something close to a religious experience. Their Summer US Tour brought them to Oklahoma City’s own Zoo Amphitheater on Sept. 22. Along with Maroon... Read More →
The cold weather is quickly approaching, and although winter is associated with colds and the flu, steps can be taken to stay healthy.
One such step is to be... Read More →
There are only two days a year when OCCC students have a chance to visit with as many as 60 possible employers all in one place: once in the... Read More →
Speech and communications professor Julie Corff said she is surprised and delighted to receive the Elven Gray Award.
“As I read about what type of man Elven Gray was,... Read More →
The influx of Hispanic immigrants has brought a wave of Latino culture to the U.S.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Hispanic population accounts for 56 percent of... Read More →
When Mary Ann Moore, Visual Arts professor, and some of her past students decided to decorate the college’s courtyard with tile murals depicting monumental moments in Oklahoma’s history, one... Read More →