About 30 engineering students gave up a Friday in November to visit a Tulsa company that specializes in energy-related products.
The group toured the John Zink Institute, which is the... Read More →
One speaker talked of his parents surviving the Holocaust during World War II as his inspiration for devoting himself to tolerance and respect for all at the “Day of Peace... Read More →
From the U.S. economy to small Russian businesses, WikiLeaks to Donald Trump, a variety of topics arose during a discussion between American and Russian students in a recent video conference... Read More →
A half dozen OCCC students accepted an invitation to tour the University of Oklahoma campus Nov. 10, to see if it would be their destination college when they transfer.
All... Read More →
OCCC will host a scuba session with Blue Water Divers 6 to 8:30 p.m. tonight in the Aquatic Center.
Recreation and Fitness Director Roxanna Butler said those who come and... Read More →
From celebrity autographs to beauty products, a variety of goodies will be sold in a silent auction held from noon to 5 p.m. today and tomorrow in the first floor... Read More →
OCCC’s first African-American regent Lenora Burdine, was honored with a welcome reception held in the College Union Wednesday, Nov. 10.
The reception began with Black Student Association President Centerria... Read More →
From pecan pie to Coca-Cola cake, Pathways Middle College High School is selling a smorgasbord of baked goods to raise proceeds for upcoming events.
Principal Carol Brogan said the sale... Read More →
You cannot change a person into someone you want them to be.
Those were among the words of wisdom Debbie Chansombat had to offer students who attended a seminar entitled... Read More →