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April 20, 2016
Creighton collecting earthquake relief donations

KETV, April 19, 2016
Students and staff at Creighton University are working to send relief to earthquake-stricken areas in Japan and Ecuador. The university’s Asian World Center and the Office of Global Engagement will host briefings about the earthquakes Wednesday in the Skutt Center Ballroom.
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Nondiscrimination laws merit church support

National Catholic Reporter, April 19, 2016
“The bishops have every right to advocate for their moral position and to protect religious institutions from participating in what they perceive as immoral activity, but they do not have the right to impose their moral teachings legislatively in a pluralistic society. That, we conclude, would be the very worst kind of proselytism.” Co-author Michael G. Lawler is the emeritus Amelia and Emil Graff Professor of Catholic Theology at Creighton University.
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Kelly: An Irish salute to the ‘Easter Rising’ and the rise of a city

Omaha World-Herald, April 20, 2016
Some of Irish ancestry who did so had been born in America, such as the Creighton brothers, who came to Omaha from Ohio. Active in lumber, banking, railroading and the stringing of telegraph lines, they left a legacy that includes a posthumous donation that started Creighton University.
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Omaha Press Club to add journalists, professor to Hall of Fame

Omaha.com Good News, April 20, 2016
Wirth will retire this spring as chair of Creighton University’s Department of Journalism, Media and Computing. She joined Creighton in 1991 as a professor after an 11-year career as a reporter at The Omaha World-Herald, eight years as a public relations writer and event planner at Union Pacific Railroad and two years at the McCartney Group.
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Contest offers deeper understanding of mergers, acquisitions to business students

Omaha World-Herald, April 20, 2016
The pitch teams were from Bellevue University, Creighton University and the University of Nebraska’s Omaha and Lincoln business schools. Each team won campus contests to compete in the finals at UNO’s College of Business Administration.
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