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April 17, 2013
New book features Nebraska women in journalism

Beatrice Daily Sun, April 15, 2013
With an insider’s perspective, Eileen Wirth, Ph. D., chair and professor of the Department of Journalism, Media and Computing at Creighton University, chronicles remarkable Nebraska women in journalism, in her new book, “From Society Page to Front Page: Nebraska Women in Journalism.”
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Runners and spectators raced to save lives

Boston Globe, April 17, 2013
She [Natalie Stavas, Creighton Alum] and her father, both originally from Nebraska, scoff at the notion they are heroes. On the contrary, she said, she feels in some ways guilty for what happened.
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Scottish Rite event puts ‘Ethics’ on trial

Omaha World-Herald, April 16, 2013
U.S. District Judge Laurie Smith Camp will preside over the trial. Beverly Kracher, a Creighton University ethics professor, will portray the defendant.
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Creighton inducts 3 ex-athletes into Hall of Fame

1011now.com, April 16, 2013
The Creighton University Athletic Hall of Fame has added three more members.
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