For Tyler Stallings, his time at the Orange Coast College Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion has been about more than just art – it's been about building a bridge between the campus and the larger community.
In this unprecedented time in which we are living and ahead of an election that many argue is the most consequential election of our lifetimes, Orange Coast College’s Doyle Art Center is hosting a special virtual exhibition featuring new work by six artists entitled “Almost Presidential” exp…
New York Times Bestselling author and Library of Congress’ national ambassador for young people’s literature, Jason Reynolds, alongside fellow New York Times Bestselling author, Kwame Alexander and Congresswoman Katie Porter were guests of the “Be the Change” Blue Ribbon Panel on Sept. 19 as…
Orange Coast College’s fashion program designed a unique opportunity to promote student entrepreneurship by selling their products to the local audience at The Box, a pop-up retail shop located at the center of campus. With seven winners chosen and planning complete, the Coast Collective Co-…
Face masks have become the new norm in the United States, it is almost strange to see someone without a mask and gloves now. In many Asian countries, wearing a mask before going outside is routine. As the coronavirus threat continues, western countries are adopting the custom.
During the COVID-19 crisis, many are bored or need an escape from their houses. Airbnb is providing an online service that allows people to travel the world and try new things and meet new people through what they are calling online experiences, all without ever leaving home. All that is nee…
The Strokes’ long-awaited sixth album, “The New Abnormal,” finds new ways to express that none of the members have lost touch with a sound that shaped music in the 21st century.
As the campus headed toward indefinite closure last month and state health officials ordering residents to stay home, two Orange Coast College performing arts departments — Music and Theatre Arts — were scrambling to change course schedules and cancel upcoming performances and recitals.
With millions of people self-quarantining due to the COVID-19 pandemic people have been looking for something interesting to binge watch and Netflix gave us just that — “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness.”
There is almost always at least one unforgettable experience or event each year that leaves an everlasting imprint on our culture’s history and serves as the annual reminder of what defined hip. It’s what people will remember and take with them as they grow older.
In the outbreak of COVID-19, many governors, including California Gov. Gavin Newsom, have issued stay-at-home orders. This has been passed down to our own Orange Coast College, which has issued that most classes be continued online (however best suitable for the class). In the absence of our…
An overemotional high school girl finds her first boyfriend and happens to find herself in a love triangle with her long lost love from sixth grade. Sounds romantic, right?
The Orange Coast College Repertory Theatre captivated with their production of “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind,” 30 plays performed in 60 minutes on Friday in the Drama Lab Theatre.
The Orange Coast College Symphony and Choral Ensembles are set to have their first of four concerts of their spring season on Feb. 29 in the Robert B. Moore Theatre.
Former Orange Coast College professor and photographer John Upton hosted an exhibit at Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion and talked about his years teaching at OCC.
Respawn Entertainment’s online multiplayer battle-royal style video game "Apex Legends" celebrated their one-year anniversary Tuesday night by introducing season four, "Assimilation."
“Sex Education,” with a second season recently released on Netflix, is a hilarious, poignant and brilliantly crafted comedy from the UK that gives its American viewers a lesson in how we should talk about teenagers and sex.
Preparing her pointe shoes, putting her ballerina bun up and high, and putting on an iconic body suit are all things that came to an end when Wendy Whelan retired from the New York City Ballet five years ago.
Orange Coast College film department alumnus Hau Nguyen is a finalist in the 20th annual Fine Cut Festival of Films contest for his documentary about OCC’s Food Riders club called “The Food Riders,” airing Wednesday night on KCET at 9 p.m.
An uplifting, rhythmical family consisting of all ages, orientations and ethnicities who outpour so much love and support for each other welcomed me with arms and moonwalked me into their festivities Sunday at the Mesa Dance Festival.
Fortnite’s popularity came out of nowhere following its initial release, now just over two years later the game has unexpectedly vanished into a digital black hole.
The first day of November was once celebrated as the start of a new year. A time associated with death, it used to signify the end of summer and harsh beginning of winter. The night before the new year was believed to be when the line between the world of the living and dead became blurred —…
In the span of four hours I traveled to over seven countries as The Banff Mountain Film Festival transported me with extraordinary visuals and inspirational stories.
Brittany Mojo and Jackie Rines, both recent UCLA graduates, explore the outer realms of ceramics in an exhibition at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion on display through Oct. 10.
The term farm-to-table has been on the up and up for some time now in Southern California, and it’s made possible by the abundance of farmers markets this sunny coast has to offer.
What started as a pragmatic and essential invention for athletes has grown into an important part of culture as both status symbols and a fundamental aspect of style.
Throughout Orange Coast College’s performance of “Peter and the Starcatcher,” the audience witnessed the enchanting power of starstuff — the magical stuff that makes Peter Pan fly.
It’s all led up to this, a three- hour long cinematic feat to “end” the 22-movie spanning saga that Marvel has fed us for the past 11 years. We all ate it up like it was shawarma after the Avengers saved New York City.