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April 16, 2012
Who earns what in the metro area?

Omaha World-Herald, April 16, 2012
“It’s always in the back of everyone’s mind at some point,” said Creighton University senior Nick Stukel, who wavered between a future as a musician or physician before accepting a spot at Georgetown University School of Medicine.
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Med students practice diagnosing on actors

Omaha World-Herald, April 16, 2012
"It gives us a unique opportunity to start connecting the things we learn in the classroom and practicing it in patient situations without the added stress of having an actual patient where it's absolutely necessary that we get the diagnosis right and come up with the right treatment plan," Anthony Linn said.
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Briefly: Docudrama focuses on 1939 passenger liner

Omaha World-Herald, April 15, 2012
Creighton University will host an original docudrama about the 1939 voyage of the SS St. Louis at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, which is Holocaust Remembrance Day. The presentation will be in the Mike and Josie Harper Center auditorium, 602 N. 20th St.
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In-your-face offers test young adults

Omaha World-Herald, April 16, 2012
Matt Baehr sees the credit card offers and doesn’t think twice. There they are: in his Facebook timeline, offering special deals and low introductory interest rates. Dean Obenauer, assistant director of financial aid at Creighton University, said the students he consults with haven’t reported noticing social media solicitations.
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RCTs, health claims, and common sense deficiency syndrome (CSDS)

NUTRA Ingredients-usa.com, April 16, 2012
However, regulators continue to regard RCTs as the gold standard of scientific evidence, said Dr. Robert Heaney, professor of Medicine at Creighton University, who was speaking at the recent IFT Wellness 2012 conference.
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Poet, Todd Robinson, to share his experiences at book signing Tuesday

Daily Nebraskan, April 16, 2012
Todd Robinson urges young writers to kiss a lot. Get out of the house, read and write everyday, he said. Be conscious of passing time. Remember that life is ephemeral — that we are small. Robinson now teaches writing and literature at Creighton University and the Writer’s Workshop at the University of Nebraska-Omaha.
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