The Centurion

Sports addiction

ALEX BLAISE

April 19, 2011

Cameron Hayward, 22, has no qualms letting his feelings about his favorite team, the Philadelphia Flyers, be known. On any given day, one can find him sporting a jersey from his collection and talking about the latest news involving his...

Is journalism dead?

OLIVIA KATULKA

April 12, 2011

Many say the Internet is killing newspapers. Not too many people walk out to their driveways in their robes anymore to pick up the crisp morning paper. Kids are not eating their Froot Loops while enjoying the comics. Dads are...

Patch.com editors speak at Bucks journalism forum

CHRISTOPHER T. WIRTH

April 12, 2011

Anyone can tell you that the media has been undergoing a monumental transition since the invention of the telegraph; from the soap box announcers of the 19th century to the Twitter feeds and Facebook profiles of today. Perhaps...

‘Reading and Writing Women’ draws poets and students alike

NICOLETTE KAMPF

April 12, 2011

"Two sets of hands, ours wrapped in his." A young girl and her brother hold on to their father's hands as they wade into a cold ocean, chronicled in a poem presented at the 10th Annual "Reading and Writing Women" event, held in...

A Profile of Aron Ralston

DAN PEREZ

February 24, 2011

Graphic, brutal, devastating, and inspiring. These words could be used to sum up the events that happened to one of the country's most talked about outdoor adventurers. Aron Ralston, the 36-yearold Indianapolis native, has "carved"...

Favorite holiday shows

CHRISTOPHER WIRTH

December 9, 2010

'Twas two weeks before break, and all throughout Bucks, students were rushing, for finals and such. After all the exams have been taken, and all the grades set in stone, students can relax, for the holidays at home. But before...

a Bucks instructor who has seen the world

DANIELLE GROFF

December 9, 2010

Cynthia Rogan de Ramirez graduated from Central Bucks East, and then went on to attend college in a few different places due to lots of travel. She attended Northwestern, American University of Rome, Temple University, and the University...

GOP rhetoric distorts the health care debate

JOHN MACDONALD

December 9, 2010

For decades, right-wing Republican politicians have tried to sell Americans a utopia in which there is minimal government and taxes are extremely low. In a country dominated by aggressive, capitalistic corporations, this vision...

The making of the Mandala

November 15, 2010

Know your credit cards

JOHN MACDONALD

November 15, 2010

The new $200 Android phone that you just charged could turn out to cost you over a $1,000 or even prevent you from transferring to the college or graduate school of your choice. These or worse could very well happen if you use your...

Guide dog etiquette

November 15, 2010

Video production maniac

MICHAEL PLUMMER

November 15, 2010

Davron Mananov, 19, a Bucks film student from Feasterville, woke up on Oct. 16, 2009 with the goal of making a short film every day for an entire year. Mananov called the goal the OMYP, "the One Year Movie Project." For the next...

Bucks’ man of steel

October 12, 2010

Cafeteria gets makeover

OLIVIA KATULKA

October 12, 2010

After a summer of vacations and relaxation, students returned to Bucks to find that the cafeteria had been completely remodeled and renovated. The walls were painted with refreshing colors while the rooms were separated with glass...

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