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April 13, 2011
The Corn Belt Debate: Crops Or Cattle?

National Public Radio, April 12, 2011
Morse is used to analyzing figures. He's also a law professor at nearby Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. Morse admits corn is tempting but says he'll stick to cows for now.
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Diverse group of business honorees shares an appreciation of Omaha

Omaha World-Herald, April 13, 2011
Schlegel, who retires this summer after 10 years as president of Creighton University, said one of his goals as head of an urban university was to become part of the downtown revitalization and growth of the city.
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Nebraska left with no child-only insurance policies

Omaha World-Herald, April 13, 2011
Jennifer Piatt normally isn't much of a gambler. But the Creighton University law student has been forced to take a chance on her 9-year-old daughter's health this year.
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Natural fertility training session draws record numbers

Catholic News Agency, April 13, 2011
The training, which has been offered for 33 consecutive years, concerned the Creighton Model FertilityCare System and NaProTechnology.
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Creighton University will host its annual Americans with Disabilities Awareness Day on Wednesday, April 13

KIOS, April 12, 2011
Lennis Pederson is the Associate Vice President for Administration and chair of the ADA committee. He says the ADA Day is Creighton's way of making more people on campus aware of the needs of people with disabilities.
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76th Annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Prize Winners Announced

Sacramento Bee, April 12, 2011
Stefaniak teaches creative writing at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. Her previous novel, The Turk and My Mother, won the 2005 John Gardner Book Award.
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Obscure kin part of pivotal events

Omaha World-Herald, April 12, 2011
One Nebraskan Nathan Tye, a 22-year-old Creighton University senior ? has had a personal, almost eerie encounter with that idea. Two years ago for a history project, Tye decided to poke into an old family story.
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Distinguished Alumnus Award: Preheim active in infectious diseases research, care of veterans

Bethel College News, April 11, 2011
As a physician, researcher, scholar and professor, Preheim has served in numerous leadership capacities at both the Creighton University School of Medicine and the University of Nebraska College of Medicine (he continues part-time at both), particularly in the areas of infectious disease, medical microbiology and immunology.
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Doris Buffett, at 83, lives to give

Southwest Iowa News, April 12, 2011
Plans are in the works to add classes at NU's Lincoln and Kearney campuses and at Creighton University, said her grandson, Alex Rozek, a Boston financial manager who helps his grandmother on the college project.
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Scholarship fund got Jones off to a good start

Omaha World-Herald, April 12, 2011
Growing up in an inner-city Omaha neighborhood, Creighton basketball player Josh Jones said there was every opportunity to get off track.
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Ballpark ready for first pitch

Omaha World-Herald, April 11, 2011
That day comes next week, when Creighton and Nebraska play Tuesday in the first game of the $128 million stadium that will serve as the new home of the College World Series.
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Jays top K-State with bases-loaded walk

Omaha World-Herald, April 12, 2011
Ed Servais appreciated how his Creighton baseball team scored the final run Tuesday to pick up the last win at the CU Sports Complex.
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CU's Finlay, Sinkler are honored

Omaha World-Herald, April 11, 2011
Ethan Finlay and Renae Sinkler were announced as Creighton's athletes of the year at the school's annual hall of fame banquet Monday night at the DoubleTree Hotel.
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