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Bucks is set to celebrate its 50th anniversary

Michele Haddon
May 1, 2014

Bucks is turning 50 this year, and in celebration of its golden anniversary kicking off at commencement in May, several events will... READ MORE »»

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Hearing set for man suspected in slaying of former Bucks student

Michele Haddon
May 1, 2014

A preliminary hearing is set for May 13 for a 20-year-old Bensalem man suspected in the slaying of former Bucks student Jacob Simmers. Joseph... READ MORE »»

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Professional journalists tell Bucks students there are jobs in the news business

Michele Haddon
May 1, 2014

Bucks students and aspiring journalists gathered in the Centurion newsroom Thursday morning to learn from professional journalists... READ MORE »»

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The votes are in for a new Student Government!

Jameelah Wilson, Centurion Staff
May 1, 2014

The results are in for the 2014 Student Government Elections and they have already started to tackle current issues here at Bucks in... READ MORE »»

Caption: Students demonstrate democracy when voting for student government elections.

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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 »»

Tree dedication ceremony held in honor of slain Bucks student

Tree dedication ceremony held in honor of slain Bucks student

Alyssa Belardo

A tree-dedication ceremony was held on June 12 in memory of Jacob Simmers, a 19-year-old student at Bucks who was fatally stabbed in March, allegedly by one of his friends,... read story

June 18, 2014 • 0 comments

A look into a child guerrilla’s life during El Salvador’s bloodiest civil war

A look into a child guerrilla’s life during El Salvador’s bloodiest civil war

Manuel Rodriguez, Centurion Staff

  Cariño Ramirez is as peculiar as his first name – he hums a tune I haven’t heard in ages, “Amigo” from Brazilian singer, Roberto Carlos, as he washes the dirt... read story

May 8, 2014 • 0 comments

DoCarmo oversees new honors program at Bucks

DoCarmo oversees new honors program at Bucks

Alyssa Belardo

Bucks is starting an Honors @ Bucks program coordinated by Dr. Stephen DoCarmo, which will allow students to earn their Associates degree with Honors. DoCarmo acts as the... read story

August 4, 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

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