Creighton Magazine

Rare Bone Cancer Steels Resolve of Business Student

After battling Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare cancer that affects approximately 200 Americans aged 2 through 20 each year, Creighton Heider College of Business student and scholarship recipient Jonathan Kreifels shares his story of recovery, perseverance and hope.

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‘There are No Borders for Science’

Creighton’s Department of Clinical and Translational Science (CTS) has nearly 30 students or postdoctoral researchers from 15 different countries. CTS relies on a global approach to research and pathology in the interest of searching out the best ideas that can be applied to clinical settings.

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Rock On!

First-year law student Marcia Kapustin is pursuing her educational dreams while continuing to work in the rock ‘n’ roll industry.

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Alumni Working in NFL, MLB

From the Minnesota Vikings to the Seattle Mariners, Creighton alumni have found careers in the world of professional sports.

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Creating Healthy Communities

Laure Marino, DNP, BSN’81, was one of 10 nurses nationally to receive the Culture of Health Breakthrough Leaders in Nursing award from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and AARP. The award celebrates nurses for leadership and innovative approaches to help people live healthier lives and create healthier communities.

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The Passion of Jesus and the Hope of the Easter Season

Sherri Brown, PhD, assistant professor of theology, reflects on the Lenten and Easter seasons, a time of rebirth and renewal.

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