The Bucks student run radio station, Radio Bux, has a new show highlighting eclectic underground electronic music. A genre usually forgotten, but loved by many loyal followers, it is a refreshing take on a radio station.
Radio Bux’s new radio performer and DJ, named Mason, is the creative genius behind the new show, unofficially named BrainLoop.
The... READ MORE »»
Just two games into the Bucks baseball season and esteemed head coach Lou Pacchioli resigned leaving his team to assistant coach, Robert Fravel.
Fravel had only been with the team for two days when he got the call that Pacchioli resigned.
“I got promoted my second day on the job,” said Fravel.
This was no giant leap for Fravel who played... READ MORE »»
Women have made tremendous strides in the fight for gender equality, but the fight is far from over, as women continue to face discrimination in employment, education, and gender-based violence.
We’ve all learned about the women’s suffrage movement of the late 19th and early 20th century and feminist movement of the 1960s... READ MORE »»
Bucks’ newest club, The Council of Realistic Ecologists (CORE), took part in Middletown Township’s Earth Day festival, educating attendees about the health of their local waterways, and the tests aquatic ecologists use to monitor them.
The club’s objective is to gather data on their local environment, and use it to help their community improve... READ MORE »»
Members of CORE and their freshwater testing equipment by Lake Luxembourg, in Core Creek Park.
In a field that is constantly evolving to deliver news, journalistic integrity remains paramount as aspiring journalists dive into a new age of web-based content.
Patricia Walker, executive editor of The Bucks County Courier Times, The Intelligencer, and Burlington County Times explained to an audience of student journalists what it takes to work... READ MORE »»
From left to right Tom Sofield, Sarah Larson, Annmaire Ely, Patricia Walker
Bucks’ Board of Trustees approved a 3.8 percent tuition increase effective this fall, meaning a typical full-time Bucks County student will pay $4,178 for 24 credits and fees for the 2015-16 academic year.
The board voted unanimously April 9 to increase tuition by $5 a credit hour for county residents, from $130 to $135 a credit hour. The... READ MORE »»
A recent string of heroin overdoses in Bucks County has prompted the District Attorney’s office to action, and to call on the community for support in battling against drug abuse.
This heroin epidemic is now being referred to as a “hometown crisis.” In late February, two men, ages 18 and 20, from the Central-Bucks area were charged with selling... READ MORE »»
To increase retention, Bucks has revamped its advising services and instituted an assigned advisor for every student, full- or part-time, receiving mixed reviews from both students and faculty.
In light of the 6 percent enrollment drop this semester, Bucks is looking for ways to bring in new students, and keep them coming back next semester. One... READ MORE »»
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 »
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 »