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April 1, 2016
For the first time, Creighton University event offers psychiatric care to homeless people

Omaha.com Live Well, April 1, 2016
The picture Friday at Creighton University's Kiewit Fitness Center, home to an annual one-stop shop for homeless services, was one of both need and service. The Creighton University Psychiatric Department had 17 medical residents on hand, along with the department chairman, Dr. Thomas Svolos.
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Day event connects homeless with help

KMTV, April 1, 2016
It started at 8 a.m. on Friday. Organizers began bussing in members from the homeless community to the Creighton University campus. 
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Midwest economy shows improvement, Creighton University survey says

Kansas City Star, April 1, 2016
But the strong U.S. dollar and weakness among the nation’s major trading partners are continuing to restrain regional growth, said Creighton University economist Ernie Goss, who oversees the survey.
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Applying the Spiritual Exercises in the later stages of life

America Magazine, March 28, 2016
“After a long period of discernment, I am currently enrolled in the Christian Spirituality Program at Creighton University, working toward a certificate in spiritual direction. My journey continues. I hope the graces I have experienced will help me accompany others in my age group.”
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Plategate: Whose Sower is it? Local artists say Nebraska’s license design more closely resembles a relief sculpture at Michigan State

Omaha World-Herald, April 1, 2016
“It’s unquestionably a rip-off of the Michigan one,” said Tim Guthrie, director of Creighton University’s graphic design program.
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Grace: Westside pupils get some premed perspective from college students

Omaha.com Live Well, March 31, 2016
Another experience at Creighton also shaped his goal of reaching high schoolers. Creighton offered regular seminars to premed students that addressed subjects such as student debt.
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