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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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New app promotes safety

George Means, Centurion Staff
November 18, 2014

Bucks has recently started promoting “Circle of 6”, a new “White House approved” app designed specifically to help people facing... READ MORE »»

Caption: The "Circle of 6" app developed by Tech 4 Good

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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

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Men’s Basketball has high hopes

Gabriel Ortiz
November 18, 2014

Despite the first round exit from the playoffs last season, this year’s expectations are at a high point for the Buck’s men’s... READ MORE »»

Caption: The men's basketball team in action

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Great volleyball season ends

Carly Pendergast
November 6, 2014

A first round playoff exit should not over shadow the Bucks Women’s Volleyball team’s recent success in making the playoffs for... READ MORE »»

Caption: The women's volleyball team

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Fitzpatrick defending his seat

Maria Mattozzi, Centurion Staff
October 30, 2014

Republican Mike Fitzpatrick and 8th District congressional representative, has run his re-election campaign on the promise of improving... READ MORE »»

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Fireside Lounge up in flames

George Means
October 21, 2014

With transformation of the Fireside Lounge into a new advisory and transfer center underway, gamers have lost a once very popular haunt,... READ MORE »»

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Gateway Auditorium renamed

Michele Haddon
October 21, 2014

Dr. Stephanie Shanblatt, president of Bucks, announced the Gateway Auditorium will be renamed in honor of a Newtown couple’s generous... READ MORE »»

Thanksgiving or Black Friday?

Thanksgiving or Black Friday?

Diamond Schuler, Centurion Staff

To some, Thanksgiving store hours may seem like a great chance to get a jump on their holiday shopping, but those forced to work feel these early Black Friday sales rob them... read story

November 18, 2014 • 0 comments

Finding fall fashion on a budget

Finding fall fashion on a budget

Diamond Schuler

The changing of the leaves officially marks the arrival of the fall season and with it comes all the latest fall styles and fashion trends, even for students on a budget. Shopping... read story

October 21, 2014 • 0 comments

First Zombie Run great fun

First Zombie Run great fun

Maria Mattozzi, Centurion Staff

Students gathered at the Lower Bucks campus on Nov. 7 to participate in the first annual Zombie Run, a fun event that also helped the Wounded Warrior Project and collected... read story

November 18, 2014 • 0 comments

Mark Sanchez: King of Philly?

Mark Sanchez: King of Philly?

Gabriel, Ortiz

After soaring to another victory at the hands of backup quarterback Mark Sanchez, many fans have begun to feel a higher level of comfort in the journeyman, and his abilities... read story

November 20, 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