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April 24, 2014
Cuba, you owe us $7 billion

Boston Globe, April 18, 2014
According to that statute, said Michael Kelly, a professor of international law at Creighton University in Nebraska, settling the certified property claims “is one of the first dominos that has to fall in a whole series of dominos for the embargo to be lifted.”
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Nebraska Supreme Court asked to dissolve couple's same-sex marriage, toss state ban

NET, March 27, 2014
“Each state does have its own sovereignty,” said Patrick Borchers, law professor at Creighton University in Omaha. “It gets to make its own decisions on matters of social policy.”
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Law professor weighs in on Jenkins’ plea change

KETV, April 11, 2014
A man accused in four Omaha murders last summer has filed a motion to plead guilty to all felony counts. Creighton law professor Raneta Mack weighs in on Jenkins’ plea change.
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Joslyn Art Museum Announces Opening of Post-War Galleries featuring New Acquisitions, Familiar Favorites

ARTFIXdaily, April 20, 2014
Known for his stylistic prowess, Bruckner earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and English from Creighton University and, as a Rhodes scholar, a master’s in classics and English from Oxford.
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Jack Williams, 97, was WWII codebreaker, helped Creighton records go electronic

Omaha World-Herald, April 21, 2014
Jack Williams, who introduced the first electronic data-processing system for academic records in Nebraska at Creighton University, died Thursday. He was 97.
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