“You have been selected to be here at this time because of the urgency of this moment, because our common home is in serious jeopardy. You answered the call because you care.”

Dan Misleh, executive director of the Catholic Climate Covenant, at the inaugural gathering of “Laudato Si’ and the U.S. Catholic Church: A Conference Series on Our Common Home,” held at Creighton.

“It seemed to me to be a good idea to do one last concert and say thank you to God and thank you to the people who have supported this music by singing it.”

The Rev. Roc O’Connor, SJ, former rector of Creighton’s Jesuit community, on a final concert of the St. Louis Jesuits planned for Sept. 29 at Powell Hall in St. Louis.

“These hearings invite knowledgeable panelists to participate, allowing discourse, knowledge and insights to be shared, which in turn can influence policymaking and enforcement efforts.”

Edward Morse, JD, Creighton law professor, on a Federal Trade Commission hearing on competition and consumer protection held at Creighton.

“It was one of those things where we said, ‘We’ve got to finish together.’ We knew we could. She encouraged me.”

Lisa Becker Chipps, BA’97, MS’00, EdD’19, on earning her third degree from Creighton alongside her friend since high school, Anne Smith Harty, BSN’97, MS’00, FNPC’00, EdD’19 — the latest a doctorate in interdisciplinary leadership this May.

Let’s Get Social

@DrB_CreightonU: No rest for these @Creighton_CCAS seniors during Senior Week. Instead, they are installing electric energy monitoring for a local nonprofit to help maximize its efficiency and save costs! #eGauge

@dougmcdermott: Thank you @Creighton for an amazing 4 years! Congrats @ATolliver44 … I guess we’re getting old. @ATolliver44: I am humbled and honored! Much love. (Doug McDermott, BSBA’14, and Anthony Tolliver, BSBA’07, will be inducted into Creighton’s Athletics Hall of Fame on Aug. 24.)

@eticusrex: My dad first came to the US 51y ago, working at a meat packing plant in Omaha. He was deported soon after, but came back to make a life in CA. Today we return for my graduation from Creighton with a Master of Health Care Ethics. Because #Immigrants #WeGetTheJobDone #CreightonGrad