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OCCC marchers brave heat, protester in LGBTQ support

June 23, 2019 0 47

Oklahoma City Community college students, staff and faculty braved the heat and protesters Saturday afternoon as they participated in OKC’s PRIDE parade. More than 29 representing the college donned colorful... Read More

OCCC to be prideful in Saturday parade

June 21, 2019 0 77

      Every year in June cities all over the country hold Pride festivals in support of the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transexual, and queer community. This year Oklahoma City... Read More

Oklahoma history drifts onto OCCC campus

June 17, 2019 0 223

As a way to bring Oklahoma history to campus, OCCC dedicated the sculpture “Downstream Drifters” Monday near the college’s Main Building entrance. The artwork is a composition of four different... Read More

Children teach adults lesson in OCCC Disney World play

June 14, 2019 0 278

OCCC students, parents, grandparents and even college President Jerry Steward were reminded to always do what they are told, when College for Kids presented the play, Day at Disney, July... Read More

College cafeteria closes temporarily until Fall

June 14, 2019 0 273

Students can buy food at the Campus Coffeeshop The Oklahoma City Community College cafeteria will be closed starting Friday, June 14, and will not be reopened until the start of... Read More

J Fusion Here For More Than The Glory

May 13, 2019 0 758

KaraLee Langford, Editor May 2, Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) students Jamal Williams, with the help of videographer Andrew Johnson, produced for the first time live and in concert, J... Read More

GUNS ON CAMPUS? New Law Eliminates Permits, Training Needed For Firearms

March 14, 2019 0 722

By Marcus Robertson On Wednesday, February 27, Gov. Kevin Stitt signed House Bill 2597 into law just hours after it passed a vote in the Oklahoma Senate. The bill is... Read More

Writing Is Like Childbirth, Suspense Author Says

March 14, 2019 0 1014

Story and photo by Jenna Lowrance “Writing a book is like giving birth, it sucks while you are doing it and while you’re trying to work on it. It’s having... Read More

Months After The Teacher Walkout, Teachers Say There IS Still More to be Done

March 14, 2019 0 992

By Ryan Chapman “Parents send the best things they’ve ever done to you, and they want you to do something with them every single day,”  Norman North High School teacher,... Read More

Communication Makes Communities, Speaker Says

March 14, 2019 0 571

BY IDA STALLVIK Marilyn Luper Hildreth, daughter of Oklahoma City civil rights icon Clara Luper, believes the better people communicate, the better the country will be. Hildreth made the statement... Read More