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January 5, 2017
The Ignatian Deacon: Q&A with Deacon Ron Hansen

America Magazine, Jan. 3, 2017
“I have done both the 19th Annotation and long retreats, so I feel I have been shaped by the Spiritual Exercises as well as by many years of Jesuit education,” says Creighton alumnus, Ron Hansen. “Inevitably, Ignatian values affect my thinking and my prayer, even in ways I’m not aware of.”
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New NET News Documentary On Sex Trafficking Previewed

NET News, Jan. 4, 2017
“One aspect of the show is some really new research from Creighton University who looked at online advertising, where it's happening, how it's happening, who's involved in the commercial sex trade in Nebraska,” said Mike Tobias, NET News Senior Producer. One thing that came out of that is about 120 sex workers, people involved in the commercial sex trade, 120 per month in Nebraska are believed to be at a high risk of being trafficked.”
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Jesuit College Alumni Comprise 10% of 115th U.S. Congress

Wheeling Jesuit University, Jan. 4, 2017
"A hallmark of Jesuit education is service to others, and we are proud to see that commitment represented by the alumni of Jesuit institutions who serve in the House and Senate,” said AJCU President the Rev. Michael J. Sheeran, SJ. “We appreciate their leadership and look forward to working with them during the 115th Congress." Creighton alumnus Rep. Paul Gosar, represents Arizona.
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Minnesota Manufacturing Improves in December as Jobs, Exports, Orders Rise

Star Tribune, Jan. 4, 2017
“This is the second straight increase in the overall index and points to an improving regional manufacturing economy.” said Creighton economist Ernie Goss. “I expect this to generate even healthier growth for both manufacturing and nonmanufacturing for the first half of 2017.”
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Minnesota Business Indicators Up in December

Finance & Commerce, Jan. 3, 2017
“Based on our survey results, I expect the state to add another 15,000 jobs for the first half of 2017 for an annualized job growth of 1 percent, approximately equal to the state’s long-term average,” said Creighton economist Ernie Goss.
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