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The Pirates celebrate their second straight state title after defeating what many considered the best community college teams in the country Monday in Fresno.

Pirates capture second straight state title

Sometimes the biggest pieces of motivation come in the most unlikeliest of places. Such was the case for the Orange Coast College baseball team, who took an unintentional slight and battled through the top teams in the nation to reclaim the state title California Community College Athletic A…

A film festival for the next generation

Move over Newport Beach Film Festival — the Next Generation of Filmmakers Film Festival is looking to take the spotlight this spring. Comments (0)

Leave the plaid pants at home

A brightly colored disc whooshes through the air on a warm, sunny day, surrounded by the lush greenery and lively animal life of the park. The sound of the chains on the basket clang together revealing the nostalgic sound associated with winning and success.   Comments (0)

Learn a new language on a Smartphone

Fun, easy and most importantly — free. Those are the qualities I look for in an app and Duolingo has them all. Comments (0)

Taking dance around the world

Come one, come all, to Orange Coast College’s seventh annual World Dance Celebration in the Robert B. Moore Theatre Friday, and take a journey through the windows of various cultures. Comments (0)

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True Crimes of OCC

Tuesday 05/19/2015
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Posted: May 19, 2015 - 5:30 pm
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Tuesday 05/12/2015
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Posted: May 12, 2015 - 5:00 pm
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What teacher would you recommend to students next year?

Justin Lam
  • Justin Lam
  • 19, business admin
  • “Tab Livingston for math. He makes his own books and ensures you understand the concepts. You ask questions and he doesn’t make you feel stupid — he wants you to pass.”
Sydney Litwak
  • Sydney Litwak
  • 19, music production
  • “Dana Wheaton for all music majors. He gives another perspective on computers, technology and the music business. He’s a genius.”
Robby Giangregorio
  • Robby Giangregorio
  • 21, agricultural art
  • “Professor Raymond Obstfeld. He was one of my favorite English teachers. He was one of the few who I actually learned from.”
Grant Schlindwein
  • Grant Schlindwein
  • 19, civil engineering
  • “Dr. Erin Walsh, an English teacher. She works with the students to construct good essays and she tailors the content to current events. She’s patient and a kind hearted person.”
Alex Behr
  • Alex Behr
  • 20, sociology
  • “I would definitely suggest Kenneth Lindleaf for sociology. He’s a relatively easy grader, but he’s also really good at teaching.”