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Bucks’ alumni to speak at forum

Alison Kuklinski, Centurion Staff
April 17, 2014

Students get the opportunity of a lifetime when professional journalists come to Bucks to tell about their careers. The lecture will... READ MORE »»

Caption: Bucks alumni (seen above) will be coming to the college to discuss the future of journalism and its transition to the digital age

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Bucks baseball steps up to the plate

Ryan Jacobs, Centurion Staff
April 17, 2014

After a winter that seemed like it would be never ending, spring has come, and so has the Men’s baseball season. This season the... READ MORE »»

Caption: The baseball team is ready to go for it in 2014. New baseball coach Brad Tracy is still getting warmed up, with high expectations.

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Centurion wins 12 Keystone Press Awards

Charlotte Reese, Centurion Staff
April 17, 2014

The Centurion won five first place awards, four-second place awards and three honorable mentions at the 2014 Student Keystone Press... READ MORE »»

Caption: From left to right: Timothy Zenno, Brian Kelley and Kelly Armstrong.

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Bucks student’s loving legacy is remembered

Michele Haddon, Centurion Staff
April 17, 2014

It was nearly 2 a.m., but that didn’t stop 19-year-old Jacob Simmers from heading over to his friend Joseph Romano’s house in Bensalem... READ MORE »»

Caption: Jacob Simmers

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The Reading Writing Visual Experience

Becka Hanko, Centurion Staff
March 13, 2014

The Buck’s County Community College Department of the Arts had put together a beautiful array of art at the Hicks Arts Center Gallery,... READ MORE »»

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Pothole Pandemic!

Alex Kleschick
March 13, 2014

This year’s disastrous winter is leading to more problems with potholes than the snow. Drivers across Northeastern, PA counties are... READ MORE »»

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Course offerings go digital

Michele Haddon
March 13, 2014

Bucks students no longer need to check their mailboxes to find out course offerings for the upcoming semester, as a new webpage is... READ MORE »»

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French Film Festival is coming to Bucks

Molly Harms, Centurion Staff
March 13, 2014

Bucks will be hosting a series of French films in the Gallagher Room at Newtown Campus from 1 April to the 12th. The theme will be‘The... READ MORE »»

Caption: The second feature film will be "Un Air De Famille," a comedic film that follows the life of a middle-class French family. Bucks.edu calls it "a witty look at family strife."

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President Shanblatt announces that tuition is on the rise

Timothy Zenno, Centurion Staff
February 25, 2014

Bucks President Stephanie Shanblatt hosted a public forum on Feb. 20 in which she said a “modest tuition increase” was in the works,... READ MORE »»

Caption: President Shanblatt (seen above) announced earlier last week that the school is currently in a 5 percent budget defecit.

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With relentless cold and snow, Bucks students wonder if winter will ever end

Charlotte Reese, Centurion Staff
February 18, 2014

In a winter that never seems to end, snow and ice last week left local infrastructure and school systems crippled as local utilities... READ MORE »»

Caption: Heavy snowfall hits campus, making students have to catch up on copious amounts of schoolwork and dodge obstacles such as fallen trees.

Security upgrade imminent at Bucks

Security upgrade imminent at Bucks

Molly Harms, Centurion Staff

After continued computer theft, Bucks is locking down open computer labs and installing a new surveillance system throughout Penn Hall. It is not clear whether or not the... read story

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The Tyler Literary Society is calling for new writers

The Tyler Literary Society is calling for new writers

Rebecca Hanko, Centurion Staff

The Tyler Literary Society reinvents itself for the upcoming semester and is looking for like minds to push their creative envelope beyond just the literary arts. Eric Specian,... read story

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Democracy at work at BCCC

Democracy at work at BCCC

Jahmeelah Wilson, Centurion Staff

The race is heating up for students hoping to shape the future of Bucks. The campaigns for student government positions have officially begun, as Brad Abrams, a 19-year-old... read story

April 17, 2014 • 0 comments

Bucks baseball steps up to the plate

Bucks baseball steps up to the plate

Ryan Jacobs, Centurion Staff

After a winter that seemed like it would be never ending, spring has come, and so has the Men’s baseball season. This season the team will be led by manager Brad Tracy,... read story

April 17, 2014 • 0 comments