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June 14, 2016
Let's Move. Let's Reach. program gets Omaha moving

KETV, June 12, 2016
A $1.5 million mission from the Centers for Disease Control to Creighton University is getting part of the Omaha metro population on its feet and moving. The inaugural "Let's Move. Let's Reach." event is happening Saturday near 24th and Lake, with organizers encouraging a healthier lifestyle.
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North O turns into workout zone as hundreds reach for better, healthier life

Omaha World-Herald, June 11, 2016
It was the kickoff event in a Creighton University program funded by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The nearly $1.5 million grant is paying for a three-year initiative to reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity within the African-American community in Omaha.
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In Orlando, young Nebraska doctor found himself in trauma center full of ?absolute chaos?

Omaha World-Herald, June 14, 2016
Shortly thereafter, the 30-year-old Sidney, Nebraska, native and Creighton University alum received a text message from one of his senior residents at the hospital: ?mass casualty ... active shooter at a club.?
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Con los ojos en la Fed

El Mercurio, June 13, 2016
La investigación ha documentado claramente la relación entre los cambios de tasas de interés y los rendimientos de las acciones. En Investing with the Fed, mis co-autores Gerald Jensen, Luis García-Feijoo y yo descubrimos que desde 1996 hasta el 2013, los entornos de bajas de tasas de la Fed llevaron al S&P a avanzar 15,2% anual.
The investigation clearly has documented the relationship between the interest tax changes and performance of actions. In Investigating with the Fed, my co-authors Gerald Jensen, Luis García Feijoo and I discovered that since 1996 until 2013, the surrounding drop in Fed taxes brings the S&P 500 to increase 15.2 percent annually.
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Sandbox latest addition to Crossroads playground

Hastings Tribune, June 9, 2016
The Creighton nursing program is an accelerated 12-month community class that requires the students to already have a bachelor degree in another area. The members are able to select agencies to work with throughout the year. The group has worked with the Bridge, Opportunity House and Head Start.
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Kelly: Omahans recall legend as time rings bell on Muhammad Ali

Omaha World-Herald, June 11, 2016
Long-ago Creighton University basketball great Paul Silas, who became a 16-year NBA player and then a head coach, told the Charlotte Observer this week that he and his Bluejay teammates spent hours with Clay in Miami in 1964. The Jays had a game there on Feb. 10, two weeks before the Feb. 25 fight in Miami Beach.
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Miss Neb. reflects on year with crown

North Platte Telegraph, June 11, 2016
When she was crowned last June, she admits, she had no idea exactly how hard her job would be. She took a year off from Creighton University in Omaha and climbed into the white Buick that Bob Spady provided her for her travels.
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