Gun stores remain open in California despite the closure of most businesses amid COVID-19 and reports indicate that first time buyers are cleaning out the shelves.
The novel coronavirus has upended the lives of people across Orange County, with some equating the pandemic to the likes of wartime rationing during World War II.
Some Orange Coast College students have reported unauthorized charges to their bank accounts for Bartleby services after using a credit or debit card at the Associated Students Bookstore.
Orange Coast College may be looking into funding an esports program after its Overwatch team has had several high-profile performances in competitions.
Coast Community College District officials announced Sunday night that its three campuses will suspend classes for the next two weeks and urged students to stay home because of COVID-19.
More than 60 Orange Coast College students presented research on everything from the Soviet Union to robots during the Student Project and Research Symposium held on campus last week.
As the world held its collective breath on Thursday amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Food Services department at Orange Coast College was left feeling unprepared for students’ needs in the coming weeks and months.
A move by the Coast Community College District late Wednesday afternoon to temporarily suspend on-campus classes drew a variety of strong reactions from students.
Instructors at Orange Coast College are being instructed to switch site-based, in-person classes to online teaching next week if possible, and to be prepared to switch to online classes after spring break.
Costa Mesa found itself in the middle of coronavirus chaos last week when the federal government attempted to house patients with the disease at Fairview Development Center, just two miles down Harbor Boulevard from Orange Coast College.
Paying for college can be expensive, especially when transferring to a four-year university after paying around $46 a unit at a community college and transitioning to paying close to $3,000 a semester for six or more units.
Seats have been provided to the Orange Coast College community for the Altobelli Family Memorial Service being held at Angel Stadium today at 4 p.m.
In an effort to alleviate impacted parking at Orange Coast College, a new parking lot opened just before classes started near the corner of Fairview Road and Monitor Way and expands the existing Fitness Lot.
It was sometime last fall that Orange Coast College’s new president Angelica Suarez was touring Wendell Pickens Field hoping to meet the head baseball coach John Altobelli.
A districtwide hiring freeze and an incentive for retirement package was approved by the Coast Community College District Board of Trustees last month in an effort to resolve an apparent budget deficit.
Coach John Altobelli, or Alto as players called him in the dugout, was highly respected in the baseball world around the United States — and I am one of those admirers.
There was an obvious pall over Orange Coast College Monday morning as students, faculty and staff made their way to campus amid the tragic loss of John Altobelli, OCC’s head baseball coach for more than 25 years.
Orange Coast College’s longtime baseball coach John Altobelli was among the victims of the helicopter crash Sunday that also took the life of basketball great Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.
Representatives from Orange Coast College and the Coast Community College District’s Board of Trustees came together Thursday to break ground on OCC’s new Language Arts and Social Behavioral Sciences building.
Legendary civil rights activist Dolores Huerta spoke about the importance of community organizing to an audience of about 650 people in Orange Coast College’s Robert B. Moore Theatre Monday.
The Pirate’s Plank, a business pitch competition for student entrepreneurs, is coming to Orange Coast College in early April for the fourth year in a row.
Several classes were cancelled in the Social Science building, Student Health Center and the Associated Students Bookstore after a power outage this morning turned off the lights, but some professors chose to continue teaching regardless of lights out.
Community members, including families with children, gathered Thursday in the Science Hall at Orange Coast College to screen the controversial anti-abortion film “Unplanned.”