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April 2, 2014
Consumers Save $2.5 Billion A Year If A 'Kill Switch' Stops Phone Thefts, Study Finds

Huffington Post, March 31, 2014
The analysis by William Duckworth, a statistics professor at Creighton University, estimates that consumers spend about $500 million each year replacing stolen phones and around $2 billion each year buying premium cell phone insurance through wireless carriers.
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Creighton students help kids on Winnebago Reservation map their college paths

Omaha World-Herald, April 2, 2014
The Creighton University students went around the room, asking eighth-graders on the Winnebago Indian Reservation one by one what they like in school.
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Business Essentials: Iowa leads Midwest economic index

Des Moines Register, April 1, 2014
Both of those numbers are regional highs for the Mid-America Business Conditions Index, compiled by Ernie Goss, a Creighton University economist.
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Hansen: A dropped socket, a lucky save, a key role for Offutt — and a scary reminder of nuke risks

Omaha World-Herald, April 1, 2014
On Wednesday night, Schlosser will speak about the book, the Damascus Incident and Omaha's connection to the U.S. nuclear arsenal at Creighton University.
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His little movie is having a big impact

Omaha World-Herald, March 30, 2014
Barens will be at Creighton University for a 6 p.m. Tuesday screening of his film and a panel discussion afterward. He's hoping the movie will be a catalyst for many more prisons to start inmate-staffed hospices, a topic he's passionate about promoting.
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Young Ogdenite safe after Chile earthquake

Standard Examiner, April 2, 2014
The Creighton University sophomore is doing a study abroad Spanish-economics program through ISA Study Abroad with a partnership with Universidad Aldolfo Ibanez in Vina del Mar, Chile.
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On when to eat fruit or take a calcium pill

Miami Herald Health, March 31, 2014
Consider the view of Dr. Robert Heaney, a professor at Creighton University’s medical school. Writing in the journal, Food and Chemical Toxicology 2002, he stated: “There is no evidence that caffeine has any harmful effect on bone status or on the calcium economy in individuals who ingest the currently recommended daily allowances of calcium.”
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