About 50 to 75 students, faculty and community members, including families with children, gathered Thursday in the Science Hall at Orange Coast College to screen the controversial anti-abortion film “Unplanned.”
The fight over abortion rights in the United States has reached a fever pitch lately, with numerous restrictions and bans being proposed at the state level. On Wednesday the battle will come to Orange Coast College when the College Republicans screen the controversial pro-life film “Unplanned.”
The room was decorated with vibrantly colored papel picado, flowers, candles, photographs, and pastries. The students and faculty, including Orange Coast College’s president, Angelica Suarez, filled the room eagerly awaiting the arrival of the guest of honor.
The Student Health Center is encouraging students, staff and faculty at Orange Coast College to discontinue the use of vaping products by offering free cessation resources.
Orange Coast College hit the national news last semester after students involved in the conservative group Young Americans for Freedom were told by campus officials to remove a flag with images of rifles on it they had on display during a campus-wide event.
A chalk drawing at Orange Coast College today directed those who are “feeling the Bern” to vote for Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt) in California’s upcoming Democratic presidential primary.
Orange Coast College President Angelica Suarez hosted her second Conversation and Cookies event in the Student Center Lounge today, a gathering where she talked with faculty members over coffee.
A new 170,760-square-foot, three-story building will be constructed in the space between the MBCC and Associated Students Bookstore warehouse, just north of the existing Social Science building.
Students at Orange Coast College have been encountering vending machine problems like broken credit card scanners, their cash being swallowed, mechanisms jamming and operator errors.
Orange Coast College has partnered up with Southern Illinois University to give aviation students a chance to earn a bachelor’s degree in aviation management.
According to Chief of Campus Safety Jim Rudy, a female student was sleeping in her car in the Merrimac Way Parking Lot when a young man approached her vehicle at approximately 2 p.m. today.
Orange Coast College’s Campus Safety department released its annual security report last week, showing that there were a total of 16 on-campus incidents for 2018 — four more incidents than in the year before.
Representatives from Orange Coast College and the Coast Community College District came together Monday for a groundbreaking ceremony for Orange Coast College’s new Maritime Training Center.
As many as 30 college safety assistants were put on an indefinite furlough over the summer following the Coast Community College District’s move toward compliance with state labor laws.
Orange Coast College’s Adult Education program is offering free, noncredit English Language Learning classes to help immigrant students in the community better their English skills and pass naturalization tests.
The Orange Coast College Recycling Center has been honored by the U.S. Green Building Council for its triple certification achievement in sustainability, becoming the first facility in the world to do so.
In an effort to maximize the number of students completing transfer requirements in less time, community colleges across California have eliminated placement tests and are allowing students to self-place for the first time.
Orange Coast College’s Literature and Languages division has launched the college’s first-ever career program offering a certificate of achievement in social media strategy.
To meet the growing needs of campus life, Orange Coast College’s current hit-or-miss surveillance system is set to receive major upgrades as the campus expands.
Allen West, a National Rifle Association board member, spoke about the need for a strong Second Amendment during a talk sponsored by the Young Americans for Freedom Wednesday.
The Coast Report, Orange Coast College’s student newspaper, was awarded second place in the California Newspaper Publishers Association’s statewide general excellence contest over the weekend.