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Culinart at Bucks goes green

Jennifer Bell, Centurion Staff
March 12, 2015

The new head of Bucks County Community College’s food service program wants students and faculty to know that CulinArt is committed... READ MORE »»

Caption: Fred Long, manager of CulinArt Cafeteria Services.

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Non-profit group aims to get girls into technology fields

Jennifer Bell, Centurion Staff
March 12, 2015

Techgirlz aims to inspire, reaching out to young girls in the community and urging them to dream big about opportunities in the field... READ MORE »»

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New transfer agreement at Bucks

Justin Luczejko, Centurion Staff
March 3, 2015

Rider University and Bucks forged a new program-to-program transfer agreement that allows 13 different majors from the community college... READ MORE »»

Caption: James O’Hara (left), Rider University’s vice president of enrollment management, and Dr. Clayton Railey, provost of Bucks County Community College, signing the transfer agreement.

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Centurion wins eight Keystone Press Awards

Melanie Johnson, Centurion Staff
March 3, 2015

Bucks’ student-run newspaper, The Centurion, won eight awards in a statewide journalism contest, including four first place awards... READ MORE »»

Caption: From left to right, Kristof Phillips, Jahmeelah Wislon, and Michele Haddon, just a few of the award-winning staffers from The Centurion.

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Lou Pacchioli returns to Bucks

Carly Pendergast, Centurion Staff
March 3, 2015

Former professional baseball player, Lou Pacchioli, has returned to his head coaching position at Bucks, after a 10 year absence, to... READ MORE »»

Caption: Lou Pacchioli during his time as a New York Met

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Men’s basketball team finishes a tough season

DILLON COONEY
February 24, 2015

The Bucks men’s Bas­ketball team wraps up an all-together rough season, though not without show­ing some promise for the future. Starting... READ MORE »»

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Enrollment steadily declining

Michele Haddon, Centurion Staff
February 23, 2015

Student enrollment at Bucks is down 6 percent since last spring, which led to the cancellation of over 300 classes this semester. According... READ MORE »»

Caption: Tyler Hall, Newtown campus

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Women’s basketball team struggled but never gave up

Ryan Erney, Centurion Staff
February 23, 2015

As the Bucks Women’s Basketball team put another season in the books, fourth year Coach Lori Sullivan couldn’t be happier for the... READ MORE »»

Caption: The Centurions celebrate their last game together as a team.

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Lower Bucks shows off its heART

Jennifer Bell, Centurion Staff
February 23, 2015

The Breakfast with the Arts event helped kickoff the 5th annual Show Some HeART exhibit in The Gallery at the Lower Bucks Campus where... READ MORE »»

Caption: Michaela Smith, 20, biology major, models for a portrait by Margie Milne

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Tutoring Center better than ever

Christina Klos, Centurion Staff
February 23, 2015

Despite a steady decrease in enrollment students seem to be flocking to the Tutoring Center, most likely to take advantage of the free... READ MORE »»

Caption: From left to right: Danielle W. and tutors Lynn Paff-Connor and Molly Bye

Non-profit group aims to get girls into technology fields

Non-profit group aims to get girls into technology fields

Jennifer Bell, Centurion Staff

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... read story

March 12, 2015 • 0 comments

Bamboo invades Bucks County

Bamboo invades Bucks County

Kristof Phillips, Centurion Staff

   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... read story

December 30, 2014 • 0 comments

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Culinart at Bucks goes green

Culinart at Bucks goes green

Jennifer Bell, Centurion Staff

The new head of Bucks County Community College’s food service program wants students and faculty to know that CulinArt is committed to both the environment and the wellbeing... read story

March 12, 2015 • 0 comments

Eagles making moves for Mariota?

Eagles making moves for Mariota?

Dillon Cooney, Centurion Staff

With the 2015 NFL Draft quickly approaching in April, the question is should the Philadelphia Eagles trade for reigning Heisman trophy winner Marcus Mariota? Philadelphia... read story

March 12, 2015 • 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