News

Security and police weigh in on Bucks bomb threat

Security and police weigh in on Bucks bomb threat

On Thursday, December 4, the library and the Getaway were closed because of a bombed threat. Following the incident, Dennis McCauley, the Executive Director of Security and Safety for BCCC, shed light...  Read More »

The rise of the drone: What’s to come in the next year

The rise of the drone: What’s to come in the next year

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are suspected to change the delivery business forever with delivering packages in as little as half an hour. UAVs, formally known as drones, are sweeping through the world...  Read More »

The world stands with Paris during tragedy

The world stands with Paris during tragedy

In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, lives have been lost, hearts have been broken, but countries all over the world have become unified and stand alongside Paris in the wake of their tragedy. On...  Read More »

Provost Railey discusses controversial advising plan

Provost Railey discusses controversial advising plan

Faced with plunging enrollment and the need to increase student retention, Bucks is moving forward with a plan to make academic advising easier and more effective, even though the plan is controversial...  Read More »

Nissan Sentra stolen from Newtown Campus

Nissan Sentra stolen from Newtown Campus

On Thursday, Oct. 22, at around 1:15 pm, a student reported their vehicle, a silver 1995 Nissan Sentra, stolen from parking lot A. The director of Security and Safety at Bucks, Dennis McCauley, says...  Read More »

Bucks awarded $350,000 grant from the National Science Foundation

Bucks awarded $350,000 grant from the National Science Foundation

Bucks was awarded a nearly $350,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for technology services used mostly in the new Science Center that is being built on campus. Dr. Andrew Lawlor, the CIO of...  Read More »

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Features

Holocaust veterans and survivors share their stories at Bucks

Holocaust veterans and survivors share their stories at Bucks

The old man stepped to the podium with a story to tell. But this wasn’t just any story. Daniel Goldsmith, 83, had survived the Holocaust. Goldsmith was joined by World War II veteran Bernie Lens onstage...  Read More »

Twitter looking to make a change

Twitter looking to make a change

After nine years of financial and social success Twitter is flirting with the idea of altering their signature feature and allowing users to go beyond the 140-character limit. In 2006, in the midst of...  Read More »

Student Government Association sponsored report:  Getting to know President Stephanie Shanblatt

Student Government Association sponsored report: Getting to know President Stephanie Shanblatt

She was Born in Pittsburgh, Pa. The Eldest of 3, graduated: B.S., Chemistry with Honors, Biology minor, University of Pittsburgh; Ph.D., Biochemistry, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Married...  Read More »

A Student of Success

A Student of Success

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 juggles being a Bucks student, battling a lifelong...  Read More »

Finding fall fashion on a budget

Finding fall fashion on a budget

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 on a budget. Shopping and looking good can...  Read More »

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

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

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 washes the dirt under his fingernails from working...  Read More »

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Student Life

Should Bucks be free of charge?

Whenever there is a discussion about college debt, or about students who find it difficult to keep up with the cost of college, the focus tends to be on students who attend four-year schools or graduate...  Read More »

Radio BUX launches fresh shows while exponentially growing in members

Radio BUX launches fresh shows while exponentially growing in members

Since its launch on Aug. 26, Radio BUX has been growing rapidly with the addition of new members and new shows. Radio BUX now features a total of 12 talk and music shows that air over the course of the...  Read More »

Community College: From the Community College Student’s Perspective

Community College: From the Community College Student’s Perspective

Community College can be seen as less acceptable than other universities, but Bucks students themselves chimed in this week to reveal their opinion on Bucks County Community College. It is widely known...  Read More »

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Around Bucks County

Wheelz2Work needs your used cars for families in need

Wheelz2Work needs your used cars for families in need

The Wheelz2Work program provides used vehicles and financial support for families in our community who are in need of safe and reliable transportation. Bucks partners with the Bucks County Opportunity...  Read More »

22-year-old Tyler Kline becomes youngest Poet Laureate

22-year-old Tyler Kline becomes youngest Poet Laureate

Tyler Kline, 22, became the youngest Bucks County Poet Laureate to date this year. He has been writing poetry for less than four years and became serious about writing and submitting his poems after two. He...  Read More »

Bucks Professor on Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods

Bucks Professor on Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods

Dr. Charlie Groth, who teaches in the Language and Literature Department here at Bucks, was on the Travel Channel’s hit show, Bizarre Foods, for Lewis Fishery for their shad fishing and dishes. Lewis Fishery,...  Read More »

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Video

A profile of Bucks baseball coach Lou Pacchioli

A profile of Bucks baseball coach Lou Pacchioli

March 23, 2015

A profile of the Crossroads Bake Shop

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slAaUL1qIGo&feature=youtu.be

March 23, 2015

A Look at the Love@Bucks Contest

The Bucks County Community College Alumni Association held its 2nd Annual Love@Bucks Contest. Find out who they've selected as this year's winning couple and get an update...  Read More »

February 26, 2015

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