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August 8, 2011
Best colleges list includes 6 in Nebraska

Lincoln Journal Star, August 5, 2011
Doane ranked above both Wesleyan and UNL -- as well as Hastings College and the University of Nebraska at Omaha -- but below Creighton University, which received the highest ranking among the Nebraska institutions included in the list.
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Rules for roommate relations

Omaha World-Herald, August 8, 2011
Creighton University, which offers apartment-style housing and traditional rooms with community bathrooms, takes a similar approach to matching roommates, said Dusten Crichton, associate director of residence life.
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Events help usher in school year

Omaha World-Herald, August 7, 2011
Expect Creighton University soccer players, face painting, bounce houses, plus kids' crafts and activities.
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Ending life support: "Line is blurry"

Omaha World-Herald, August 7, 2011
Creighton University Medical Center, tied to the Catholic-sponsored university, has an ethics committee that helps doctors, patients and families reach consensus on life-support questions, a spokeswoman said.
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Calcium and Vitamin D: Essential for Bone Health

EmpowerHER.com, August 5, 2011
Robert Heaney, MD, a Creighton University professor of medicine and an expert on calcium and vitamin D says, "The body needs both calcium and protein for bone health, so the ideal source of calcium is dairy products, not supplements."
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Eating healthy on a budget

Omaha World-Herald, August 5, 2011
Rita Frickel, dietitian at Creighton University's Cardiac Center, said it's true that there are low-income areas that have "food deserts," in which there is an absence of stores offering healthy foods.
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Adults: Got your pertussis vaccine?

Omaha World-Herald, August 7, 2011
Older people often don't think they can even get whooping cough, said Dr. Archana Chatterjee, chief of the division of pediatric infectious disease at Creighton University School of Medicine.
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Jays look to top breakthrough season

Omaha World-Herald, August 7, 2011
Getting there was great. Getting back will be even better. Coming off a milestone 2010 season, the Creighton volleyball team won't lack for motivation nor a mission this fall, coach Kirsten Bernthal Booth said.
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McDermott, Jays feeling the need for speed

Omaha World-Herald, August 6, 2011
"They've been told we're either going to run, or we're going to walk,'' Creighton coach Greg McDermott said. "There's not going to be any in between.'' McDermott believes he has the personnel and the depth to speed things up on offense while being more aggressive on defense. McDermott's players do, too, but they also know that it's their responsibility to show they can handle it.
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Bluejay men in Top 10; three Jays honored

Omaha World-Herald, August 4, 2011
The Creighton men's soccer team has received Top 10 rankings in two national preseason polls, while Ethan Finlay leads three Bluejays who have received national honors.
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