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Guilty of third degree murder

Michele Haddon, Centurion Staff
December 11, 2014

Joseph Romano, 21, expressed his remorse in open court, as he pleaded guilty to third degree murder for the stabbing death of his close... READ MORE »»

Caption: The Doylestown Courthouse

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Forty Under 40 awards Bucks’ best

Michele Haddon, Centurion Staff
December 11, 2014

Young business and community leaders—including three who share close ties to Bucks—were celebrated at The Bucks County Courier... READ MORE »»

Caption: The Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer’s 2014 Forty under 40 luncheon awards ceremony.

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‘Mockingjay Part 1′ falls short as a standalone movie

Michael Girton, Centurion staff
December 9, 2014

The third and penultimate installment in the hit “Hunger Games” franchise, “Mockingjay Part 1″ does an excellent... READ MORE »»

Caption: Jennifer Lawrence stars in "Mockingjay Part 1"

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Bucks offers metalwork training for qualified applicants

George Means
December 9, 2014

In response to Bucks County’s growing need for metalworkers, Lower Bucks has partnered with local businesses to create a grant-funded... READ MORE »»

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Honors @ Bucks program hopes to offer scholarships

George Means
December 9, 2014

The Bucks faculty was enthusiastic to present an information session on the new and upcoming Honors @ Bucks program that is now being... READ MORE »»

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A Student of Success

George Means
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... READ MORE »»

Caption: Tobi Bruhn (left) and Matt Kelly

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Women’s basketball fights hard in loss to Atlantic Cape

Carly Pendergast, Centurion staff
November 18, 2014

Outgunned after two teammates fouled out of the game, Bucks’ women’s basketball team, the Lady Centurions, faced a tough home-opener... READ MORE »»

Caption: The “Lady Centurions” face off against the Atlantic Cape Buccaneers

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Ben Bradlee’s Legacy

John Fey, Centurion Staff
November 18, 2014

Benjamin C. Bradlee, former executive editor of The Washington Post and renowned for overseeing the coverage of the Watergate scandal... READ MORE »»

Caption: The late executive editor of The Washington Post Ben Bradlee

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The Republicans take over

Michele Haddon, Centurion Staff
November 18, 2014

The midterm elections brought about a momentous win for Republicans across the U.S. in both the Senate and the House, while in Pennsylvania,... READ MORE »»

Caption: The U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C. Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons

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Women’s basketball revved up

Carly Pendergast
November 18, 2014

The women’s basketball team is eager to bounce back this season, after nearly missing the playoffs last season as they fell to the... READ MORE »»

Caption: Photo by Carly Pendergast

Shopping for the holidays on a budget

Shopping for the holidays on a budget

Diamond Schuler, Centurion Staff

If you missed the Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday deals, don’t panic. There are still plenty of ways to get great gifts on a college student’s budget. Many... read story

December 9, 2014 • 0 comments

A Student of Success

A Student of Success

George Means

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... read story

December 9, 2014 • 0 comments

Screening of film aims to raise awareness of suicide

Mayra Dietz

“One suicide in our community is too many” are the words that both captured and impacted Bucks students at the recent screening of a film on the topic. The screening in... read story

December 16, 2014 • 0 comments

Eagles look to soar into postseason

Eagles look to soar into postseason

Gabriel Ortiz

Headed toward the end of a rollercoaster of a regular season, the Philadelphia Eagles look to remain atop their division and soar into the postseason. After feasting on their... read story

December 9, 2014 • 0 comments

Political disinterest?

Manuel Rodriguez, Centurion Staff

More than 40 years ago, college campuses were the settings for demonstrations on seemingly a daily basis. And there was plenty to protest – the Vietnam War and the U.S.... read story

May 1, 2014 • 0 comments

The Republicans take over

Michele Haddon, Centurion Staff

The midterm elections brought about a momentous win for Republicans across the U.S. in both the Senate and the House, while in Pennsylvania, Republican Tom Corbett became... read story

November 18, 2014 • 0 comments