The Centurion

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Bucks County DA Sues Social Media Firms
Celebrating Women’s Achievements in Civil Rights
Tyre Nichols’ Death and Police Brutality
White House Faces Tricky Path Forward After Historic Midterm Election
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Are Screens Taking Over Campus?
Clubs Promote Student Success
You Are Not Alone With Bucks’ Open Door Club
Bucks Students React To TikTok Ban
You Are Not Alone – Bucks’ Open Door Club
Media Lab Free To Use For Bucks Students
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From Four Lanes to the Hotel: Inside the Langhorne Borough’s Eatery
Celebrating the Legacy of Dr. Frank Boston
A Musical Journey in Allegro
Sawdust, Skateboards and Passion: A Sloan Palder Story
Lane Johnson and Mental Health
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Latex Spill In Delaware River Leaves Area Residents Concerned
Septa Shows off Proposed Bus Route Changes at Epstein Campus
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Phillies Fans Have High Hopes for New Season
Chase Zemitis May 9, 2023

Sixers Fans Excited About Playoffs
Evan Boyle May 9, 2023

Phillies Fans Looking Forward to New Season
Evan Boyle May 9, 2023

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Bucks Counselor Discusses How Covid Has Affected Students Transitioning To In-Person Learning
Bucks Counselor Discusses How Covid Has Affected Students Transitioning To In-Person Learning
Timothy Hubing September 15, 2022

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic schools across the globe were forced into campus wide shut downs, virtual learning, and a noticeable decrease...

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Bucks Builds Back Post Pandemic
Judith Russo, Centurion Staff • May 4, 2022

Covid hit Bucks like an earthquake with repercussions and after shocks that we are still trying to assess.  One day the parking lots were overflowing...

Bucks students Colin Riccardi, Lucas Darling and James Bonnell
Covid was Life-changing for Many Students
Judith Russo May 4, 2022

Remember when we were told to wear masks, sanitize everything and socially distance just for "...two weeks to flatten the curve..."? That was...

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Bucks Students Weigh In On Vaccine Mandates
Alyssa Allebach, Centurion Staff • October 28, 2021

Some colleges are starting to mandate vaccinations for students. Bucks has not mandated the vaccine, and students seem to agree with that decision. According...

The cover of the March 11, 2021 edition of the Centurion
A Socially Distant Year

On the one-year anniversary of of the shutdown of Bucks County Community College's three campuses due to the Covid pandemic, the Centurion staff...

A Final Sit Down with Dr. Shanblatt
A Final Sit Down with Dr. Shanblatt

For the past nine years, Dr. Stephanie Shanblatt has served as Bucks’ president. During this time, the college has faced no shortage of challenges,...

College Announces Layoffs
College Announces Layoffs

With the college facing a $5.5 million budget deficit, Bucks President Stephanie Shanblatt on March 5 sent a memo to faculty and staff announcing...

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A Look into the Biden Administration

2020 was a year for all of us to remember as one of the worst of our generation. A world filled with sickness, corruption, and conflict across...

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Young Voters and Their Importance in the 2020 Election

The 2020 presidential election was one of the most important elections in American history, and young voters helped sway the vote in Joe Biden’s...

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What the Biden Administration Could Mean for Student Loans

After a chaotic election, Joe Biden has taken office as the 46th president. Shortly after being sworn in, he signed 15 executive orders, undoing...

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