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OCC’S LAST SURVIVING CHARTER FACULTY MEMBER DIES
Orange Coast College’s last surviving charter faculty member, Dr. Giles T. Brown, has died.

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OCC BIDS FAREWELL TO SAILING PROGRAM’S ALASKA EAGLE
Alaska Eagle, the flagship for Orange Coast College’s sailing program since 1982, is returning home to Holland with her new owner and skipper, Gerard Schootstra, who plans to use her as a charter vessel, renamed “Flyer.” The new owner is already planning trips to Amsterdam International Boat Show this summer and will join the 606-nautical-mile Rolex Middlesea Race around the island of Sicily.

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR SPRING 2014 WELCOME DAYS
Spring “Welcome Days” will take place Monday, January 27, and Tuesday, January 28 – the first two days of spring semester classes.

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JUAN GUTIERREZ NAMED OCC DIRECTOR OF MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
Juan Gutierrez joined Orange Coast College’s staff as its new director of Marketing and Public Relations at the beginning of January. Gutierrez will serve as OCC’s public information officer, oversee the institution’s marketing and student recruitment efforts, coordinate media relations, and supervise the creation of traditional and new media publications.

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OCC ARTS PAVILION “17@70+” OPENS JANUARY 29
The Orange Coast College Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion “17@70+” exhibit, which opens on Wednesday, January 29, will feature the work of local artists, age 70 and over. The public is invited to an opening reception from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Admission is free.

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NEW MATH BUILDING STARTING TO TAKE SHAPE
OCC’s new $35 million Measure M-funded Math, Business and Computing Building is starting to take shape. This month construction crews raised the walls of the new building’s ground floor. Construction is taking place on the old softball field adjacent to Adams Parking Lot and the Literature & Language Building.

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BLOODMOBILE TO VISIT CAMPUS FEBRUARY 6
Associated Students of Orange Coast College will sponsor a visit by the American Red Cross Bloodmobile on Wednesday, February 6, at the Lewis Center. Bloodmobile - Lewis Center.


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ONLINE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS OPEN
OCC’s Scholarship Office is accepting applications for 2014-15 scholarship online. Deadline to complete applications is February 28, 2014.

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SAVE THE DATE FOR SENIOR DAY – TUESDAY, MARCH 11
More than 4,000 high school seniors will visit campus on Tuesday, March 11, for Orange Coast College’s 31st annual Senior Day. More information can be found on the OCC website at http://www.orangecoastcollege.edu/prospective_student/senior_day/Pages/default.aspx

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CCCD FOUNDATION INVITES FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
Application deadline for The Coast Community College District Foundation Faculty Scholarship for 2013-14 is January 31. Three $1,000 scholarships will be awarded.

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OCC’S ANGELIKA NEMETH TO PRESENT “SPLENDORS OF THE WORLD” JANUARY 26
“Splendors of the World,” a dance performance and silent auction, will take place on Sunday, January 26, in OCC’s Robert B. Moore Theatre.

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COMMUNITY ED OFFERS EARLY REGISTRATION FOR SPRING CLASSES
Class listings are available online at orangecoastcollege.augusoft.net. Printed copies of the spring program can be requested from Community Education at 714-432-5154.

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OCC ACTING & MODELING WORKSHOP BEGINS FEBRUARY 1
Orange Coast College Community Education is offering a series of eight-week classes in February and March that will help elementary and high school age students explore the world of acting on camera and runway and print modeling.

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FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY PROGRAM TO EXPLORE CUBA
Claudia Ackley, president of the Orange Coast College Friends of the Library (FOTL) and a retired OCC counselor, will present “Cuba: Our Nearest, Most Distant Neighbor” on Thursday, February 20. The lecture, sponsored by OCC’s Friends of the Library and the Lido Isle Women’s Club, will take place at 7:00 p.m. at the Lido Isle Clubhouse, 701 Via Lido Soud, Newport Beach. The public is invited to attend. Donation is $5 or a gently used book. Proceeds will benefit the OCC Library. Refreshments will be served. To reserve a seat, please call (714) 432-5087.


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OCC IN THE NEWS
Local newspapers covered the sale of Alaska Eagle, including an in-depth article that appeared in The Daily Pilot.
http://www.dailypilot.com/news/tn-dpt-me-0108-alaska-eagle-sold-20140107,0,6464987.story

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CAMPUS CALENDAR
Gallery Exhibits - Campus Events - Cheer On the Pirates!

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Pirate Sports Blog

PIRATES ON THE LOOKOUT FOR NEW HEAD FOOTBALL COACH
Orange Coast College is looking to hire a new head football coach and hopes to have the position filled in time for the 2014 football season, according to the school's Athletic Director and Dean of Kinesiology/Athletics, Michael Sutliff.


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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALLOWS SECOND HALF RALLY, FALL TO CYPRESS 49-45
The Orange Coast College women's basketball team suffered its first loss in Orange Empire Conference play as Cypress College claimed first place with a 49-45 come-from-behind victory on January 15.


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PIRATE WOMEN ROLL TO VICTORY OVER LASERS
The Orange Coast College women's basketball team opened Orange Empire Conference play with a 69-56 win at Irvine Valley College on January 10.


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PIRATE MEN’S BASKETBALL LATE RALLY FALLS SHORT IN 79-72 LOSS TO CYPRESS
The Orange Coast College men’s basketball team remained winless in Orange Empire Conference competition following its 79-72 loss to visiting Cypress College on January 15. The loss dropped the Pirates to 6-13 overall and 0-2 in the OEC. Cypress, on the other hand, improved to 6-12 overall while winning its first conference game, making the Chargers 1-2.


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OCC FALLS BEHIND EARLY, LOSE TO LASERS
The Orange Coast College men's basketball team dropped its Orange Empire Conference opener on January 10 at Irvine Valley College, 72-52.

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