“This field is a special place for my family. It was John’s baby. There is no better pilgrimage than this field,” Sports Information Director Tony Altobelli said, standing on Wendell Pickens Field at John Altobelli Park.
Gone are the days when it was possible to get through a semester of classes that required attendance without ever seeing or speaking to a single classmate.
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Increasing numbers of people are switching to a plant-based lifestyle, reducing consumption of meat and animal products. Though this can be beneficial for one’s personal health, it also helps combat climate change, and is a great way to show care for animals. People can often be deterred fro…
The College of the Sequoias’ student-led newspaper, The Campus Journal, was put on temporary hiatus after the California junior college made several cuts to its journalism program.
After a disappointing start in the first half, the Orange Coast College men’s basketball team stormed back to stun conference rival Riverside City College in a narrow 82-78 home victory thanks to a dominant second half performance from sophomore point guard Boogie Hall.
- Pirates erase 17-point deficit, stun Riverside with huge second-half comeback
- Pirates gut out tough victory over conference-rival IVC
- Pirates take early series lead in 2nd annual Memorial Cup
- The House That Alto Built: A legacy continues
- New Pirates navigate OCC before start of spring semester
- Student Life & Leadership working to restore campus culture
- OCC Pride Scholar Program is ready for spring semester
- Housing prices contribute to student uncertainty about future in Orange County
- Foreign language enrollment numbers taking a hit
- OCC developing sustainability-focused curriculum
Spring semester is around the corner. How many classes are you taking starting on Jan. 30?