The Centurion

Nothing fast about ‘Run Fat Boy, Run’

CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON

April 7, 2008

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

How many times have you seen a romantic comedy with the same old formula? Boy has girl, boy messes up, girl meets new guy, old guy does crazy thing and gets girl back by the end credits. It's pretty standard for the romantic comedy...

Paris Hilton speaks for women

JAY JONES

March 31, 2008

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

The Library Auditorium will play host to the renowned women's rights activist Paris Hilton this April, who will discuss such issues as gender inequality and female empowerment. Talking directly to young women, Hilton hopes to inspire...

And all he wants to do is dance, dance, dance

STEPHANIE THOLEY

March 31, 2008

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Bucks President Dr. James Linksz is retiring from Bucks to pursue his dream of being on the popular television show, "Dancing with the Stars." Dancing has always been a favorite pastime for Linksz. He has been taking dancing lessons for...

Library is looking comfy with hammocks

KYLE CRAWFORD

March 31, 2008

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Announced early Friday morning, Bucks' Newtown campus library will be putting hammocks in the second story. The hammock decision, though controversial, is seen by many as a way to help students unwind. The library at Bucks was mainly...

Nerd blows up classroom, Prof arrested

KRISTIN CALCIANO

March 31, 2008

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

There was a great deal of confusion on campus Thursday, March 27, when green smoke started pouring out of the second floor windows in Founder's Hall. Apparently, when performing an experiment involving the mixing of two highly...

Radiohead offers ‘Rainbows’

ANDREW HESS

March 3, 2008

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

seven albums and has sold more than 23 million records over the course of their career. Their latest album, "In Rainbows," was released in October 2007 as a digital download; customers were only able to purchase the album over...

Dark, funny poetry wows Bucks students

JAY JONES

December 10, 2007

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Student Life

It's Friday night and outside the library auditorium a modest crowd has started to gather, all moving inside to take their seats before the show begins. Bucks hosted a night of poetry, a program presented by the Bucks Cultural...

When Snow Falls, Hope Your Car Runs Well

KYLE CRAWFORD

November 12, 2007

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

With the upcoming winter season, will your car perform the same as it did under the bright blue skies of summer? If you're in the market for a new car, look to models that boast a more versatile vehicle for all seasons . Asturdy...

Not Just Another Overrated Book Review

WILL HEDUS

November 12, 2007

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Overrated. This is a word thrown out in sports all the time. Fans love to argue about how this player and that player are praised way too much. If fans want to argue, "The Paolantonio Report: The Most Overrated and Underrated...

Digital Photogs Dig the Hi-Tech Pics

KYLE CRAWFORD

November 12, 2007

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Through the years, photography has been a hobby of most, a career to some and a passion for many. The world of digital photography is now upon us, and it is only getting better. Digital photography has become more popular over...

Bucks is ‘Among Criminals’

CHRISTINE SWANSON & LIOR SHULMAN

November 12, 2007

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Among Criminals, a local band with a part Reggae, part Latin- Rock sound, brought their politically charged music to Bucks student in a cafeteria concert on Thursday, Nov. 1 Lead singer, writer and guitarist Ryan Gaughan, 23,...

Drinking without Driving

PHIL COLES

November 12, 2007

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

It's Friday night and you're bored. What to do? If you're over 21, there's always the bar. Whether it's going out with friends to have a few drinks, or trying to pick up some single people, the bar-scene is the place to be for...

Bucks is ‘Among Criminals’

CHRISTINE SWANSON & LIOR SHULMAN

October 28, 2007

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Among Criminals, a local band with a part Reggae part Latin-Rock sound, brought their politically charged music to Bucks students in a cafeteria concert on Thursday, Nov. 1 Lead singer, writer, and guitarist Ryan Gaughan, 23 said...

Drinking without Driving

PHIL COLES

October 28, 2007

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

It's Friday night and you're bored. What to do? If you're over 21, there's always the bar. Whether it's going out with friends to have a few drinks, or trying to pick up some single people, the bar-scene is the place to be for...

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