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Bucks Learning Cooperative to host ‘Careers Without College’ panel

The online discussion on Oct. 28 will highlight careers that don’t require a college degree

Spring semester courses at Bucks remain mostly online

Students will be allowed on campus for courses that require hands-on components

‘Big Laughs on Campus’ continues to help Bucks students

The virtual comedy series continues Nov. 19; tickets are free with donations encouraged for Bucks County Community College Foundation fundraisers for students

Bucks to host virtual ‘Open House October’

The series of virtual events includes Instagram takeovers by current students, Facebook Live Q&As, and a Zoom session for parents and guardians

‘Experience Cairn Days’ set for this fall

Learn what it’s like to be part of the school community either on-campus or virtually

‘Big Laughs on Campus’ to help Bucks students

The new monthly online series with nationally touring comedians hosted by Marc Kaye starts Thursday; tickets are free with donations encouraged for BCCC Foundation fundraisers for students

Bucks hosts free online forum for Constitution Day

‘Separation of Powers and Division of Powers’ will be discussed on Sept. 17 at 12:30 p.m.

Three new trustees join Community College governing board

Richard Balukas, A. Shamsul Huda and Thomas Jennings were appointed to six-year terms by the Bucks County Commissioners

Bucks graduates first students from Medical Laboratory Technician degree program

The three alumni are prepared to enter a high-demand field, thanks in part to clinical training at sites like Lower Bucks Hospital

TMA Bucks Foundation awards scholarship

Gabriel Salgado, of New Britain Township, received the $2,500 award
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‘Halloween Rock ‘n’ Roll Concert’ streams from Playhouse stage

The show will be filmed live on the Playhouse stage and streamed on Halloween, at 7 p.m.

Bucks Commissioners to meet Nov. 4

The meeting will be broadcast on Facebook at 10 a.m.

Fitzpatrick, Kuster release statement on Purdue Pharma’s conspiracy to defraud the U.S.

The lawmakers believe Purdue intentionally caused millions of unsuspecting people to become addicted to powerful painkillers for profit

Pennsbury green-lights hybrid for elementary, middle schoolers

The board did not reach a decision regarding the high school, discussion will continue at next meeting