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 →
In 1990, then President George H.W. Bush designated the month of November as Native American Heritage month, according to nps.gov.
Candice Parker, of the Comanche Nation and President of... Read More →
The road to better health can be made simple with helpful ideas that can be life-changing, said Lisa Vaughan, Employee Wellness Task Force chairwoman, in a Nov. 2 luncheon speech... Read More →
Students were lectured on the importance of financial planning during the final Money Matters session, held from noon to 12:45 p.m. yesterday in CU3.
Rebecca McGee, ING representative, spoke at... Read More →
The Advocates of Peace will participate in the annual Fall Peace Festival from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 14, at the Civic Center Hall of Mirrors, said... Read More →
After working with OCCC’s Baptist Collegiate Ministries on and off for the past 32 years, director Mike Barnett will be stepping down. Taking his place will be Denny Freeman,... Read More →
Eight high school students in OCCC’s Upward Bound program served as volunteer workers at the Fillmore Elementary School Fall Festival on Oct. 15.
Fillmore is part of the Oklahoma City... Read More →
The Oct. 12 Photography Club meeting was all fun and games as members planned its booth for OCCC’s annual Halloween Carnival Oct. 29, in the College Union.
Vice President... Read More →
A gaggle of ghouls, ghosts and goblins will haunt the campus Friday night, Oct. 29, when OCCC hosts its annual Halloween Carnival from 6 to 8:30 p.m., said Katie Treadwell,... Read More →