News

Non-profit group aims to get girls into technology fields

Jennifer Bell, Centurion Staff

Techgirlz aims to inspire, reaching out to young girls in the community and urging them to dream big about opportunities in the field of technology. Techgirlz is a non-profit organization based out...  Read More »

March 12, 2015

Recent News Stories

Fans mourn the passing of Mr. Spock

March 12, 2015

Leonard Nimoy, better known as Mr. Spock for his role as the half man half Vulcan alien from “Star Trek,” died Feb. 27...  Read More »

New transfer agreement at Bucks

March 3, 2015

Rider University and Bucks forged a new program-to-program transfer agreement that allows 13 different majors from the community...  Read More »

Experts debate impact of fracking

March 3, 2015

In today’s world, traditional sources of energy are becoming increasingly scarce, as a result many are questioning how...  Read More »

UFOs: How will we ever know?

February 23, 2015

For decades, there have been UFO sightings and incidents not only in America but all over the world, leaving questions of...  Read More »

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Features

Bamboo invades Bucks County

Kristof Phillips, Centurion Staff

   What plant is as strong as steel and holds the Guinness world record for fastest growing plant? Bamboo.    A member of the grass family, Bamboo has a tensile strength equivalent to steel’s and some species can grow at a rate of 35 inches per day and reach heights of 100 meters.    Native...  Read More »

December 30, 2014

Recent Features Stories

A Student of Success

December 9, 2014

Twenty-year-old Matthew Kelly is a juggler, but not the kind that throws around bowling pins, beanbags or even chainsaws. On any given day, Kelly masterfully...  Read More »

Finding fall fashion on a budget

October 21, 2014

The changing of the leaves officially marks the arrival of the fall season and with it comes all the latest fall styles and fashion trends, even for students...  Read More »

A look into a child guerilla’s life during El Salvador’s bloodiest civil war

May 8, 2014

Cariño Ramirez is as peculiar as his first name – he hums a tune I haven’t heard in ages, “Amigo” from Brazilian singer, Roberto Carlos, as he...  Read More »

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Student Life

Eating disorders awareness month

Anna Merezhko

Identifying symptoms of eating disorders, in yourself or your loved ones, can prove to be rather difficult. That is why, in collaboration with the National Institute of Mental...  Read More »

May 4, 2015

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Social media: helping or hurting?

April 30, 2015

Social media is the picture frame for this generation that allows young adults to show who they are through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, but the way...  Read More »

Founder Hall

Founders Hall renovation

April 30, 2015

Founders Hall is getting a $9 million makeover to upgrade the building, which is over 40 years-old, and in serious need of a face lift. Currently, the...  Read More »

A few members of SGA and faculty

SGA elections ending

April 30, 2015

Attention all Bucks students, the chance to vote on candidates for your Student Government Association (SGA) ends the last week in April, so the time to...  Read More »

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