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January 30, 2017
Creighton University Urges International Students Delay Travel Outside of the U.S.

WOWT, Jan. 29, 2017
Following the executive order that bars immigrants from Muslim-majority countries, the Creighton University officials issued the following statement: "We are communicating with our international students and visiting scholars regarding the executive order about immigrants and refugees."
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CHI Health on the Move

Omaha World-Herald, Jan. 29, 2017
“The University Campus will be a learning laboratory for students to run a successful outpatient practice in the new world of health care. Physicians-in-training and students will work with experienced faculty and other members of the care team to provide coordinated interprofessional care,” Dr. Cliff Robertson, chief executive officer of CHI Health said.
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$108 Million Apartment Complex in CUMC Building will be called the Landing

Omaha World-Herald, Jan. 28, 2017
“The Landing will serve as an off-campus echo of the energy and intent of the Creighton Global Initiative,” said a description by Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture. There will be photos of airports from home countries of Creighton’s varied international student population. “International airports that Creighton students will be familiar with,” NuStyle co-owner Todd Heistand said.
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Projects at a Glance: Building Better Health Care

Omaha World-Hearld, Jan. 29, 2017
The Creighton University Medical Center at 601 N. 30th St. will end its 40-year run as a teaching hospital and close in 2017. The inpatient hospital beds, trauma center and academic medical center housed at the hospital will move to Creighton University Medical Center, Bergan Mercy at 75th Street and Mercy Road. The transition is to be complete in June.
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Cancer’s Relentless Foe Dr. Henry Lynch, Creighton University Medical Center

Omaha World-Herald, Jan. 29, 2017
Dr. Henry Lynch has spent his entire life fighting seemingly insurmountable foes: abject poverty growing up in New York City, the Nazis during World War II and, throughout his extensive medical career, the scourge that is cancer. His relentless offensive against the latter has earned him global renown and a title worthy of a medical pioneer: “The Father of Hereditary Cancer.”
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El Efecto Trump en la Volatilidad y en Los Bonos

El Mercurio, Jan. 26, 2017
En el Journal de Wealth Management del año pasado, Ken Washer de la Universidad de Creighton y Randy Jorgensen de la Universidad de Creighton, presentaron evidencia que muestra que cuando se mide mensualmente, la volatilidad del precio de las acciones no ha aumentado perceptiblemente durante el período de 1926 a 2014.

The Trump Effect on Volatility and Bonds In last year’s Journal of Wealth Management, Ken Washer of Creighton University and Randy Jorgensen of Creighton University, introduced evidence that shows when measured monthly, the volatility of stock prices has not noticeably increased from 1926 to 2014.
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On the Calendar: Learn About Black Holes and Owls, do Some Polka Dancing or Get Ready to Garden

Omaha World-Herald, Jan. 28, 2017
Film Streams will host the feature-length documentary “Eva Hesse” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, followed by an arts panel discussion. The panel discussion will feature artists and sculptors from Creighton University, Fiendish Plots, University of Nebraska at Omaha and Darger HQ.
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Crisses, Skutts Ensured their Impact on Omaha

Omaha World-Herald, Jan. 29, 2017
Just two years later, while selling insurance part time to help finance his medical studies at Creighton University, C.C. Criss saw a need for more comprehensive health and accident coverage than what the limited policies of the time provided.
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Popular Weatherman to Offer his Annual Forecast

Capital Press, Jan. 27, 2017
Art Douglas admits he’s a “weatherbug.” That fascination with the weather has turned into Douglas’ life’s work. He is a professor emeritus of atmospheric sciences at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., having started there in 1982 and retiring in 2007.
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