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April 24, 2009

Creighton in the News

It's all relative
The Economist, April 15, 2009
Iowa has not been immune to America’s malaise. Important sectors such as manufacturing and business services have shed thousands of jobs. Though Iowa may lose more jobs, it is well positioned to bounce back, says Creighton University’s Ernie Goss.
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Creighton unveils new labs
Omaha World-Herald, April 21, 2009
The open house for the new Creighton Medical Laboratories facilities was to celebrate completion of the reorganizations and renovation of laboratories. The new facility has more than 6,500 square feet of space, and the renovation included $4.5 million for a new computer system and equipment.
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Surprising results seen in Creighton energy challenge
KETV – April 22, 2009
Creighton University students were battling it out this Earth day to see who could save the most energy.
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St. Thomas More and Red Cloud pen pals
KEVN – April 22, 2009
Two Magis teachers from Red Could Indian School and St. Thomas More in Rapid City, Iowa have facilitated pen pal and personal interactions between their students for the semester.
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Free concert to benefit shelter
Omaha World-Herald, April 23, 2009
Creighton University is offering a free public concert Sunday, asking only that those who attend bring boxed or canned food for donation to the Siena-Francis House.
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Athletics: CU, NU teams are recognized
Omaha World-Herald, April 23, 2009
The NCAA has honored seven athletic teams from Creighton and three from Nebraska with a public recognition award for their multi-year Academic Progress Rate scores.
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Softball: Jays hammer South Dakota State
Omaha World-Herald, April 23, 2009
Creighton hit five home runs in a record-setting third inning on Wednesday as the Bluejays defeated South Dakota State 14-1 in the first game of a doubleheader. The Bluejays topped the Jackrabbits 5-1 in the second game to improve to 29-12.
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Streak secondary to Soto
Omaha World-Herald, April 22, 2009
It’s been almost a month since Creighton shortstop Elliot Soto walked away from a game in which he didn’t get at least one hit.
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