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June 20, 2017
What Trump’s new Cuba policy could mean for Cuban people

Mic, June 19, 2017
"This has Marco Rubio's fingerprints all over it," Michael Kelly, a Cuba policy expert and associate dean at the Creighton University School of Law, said in an interview.
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Editorial: New research gives hope to PTSD sufferers

Omaha World-Herald, June 18, 2017
Amy Badura-Brack at Creighton University, lead researcher for the Omaha clinical trials, says the second round of trials will test the treatment’s effect on other PTSD sufferers, including victims of domestic violence and childhood trauma.
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Optical stretching deactivates white blood cells

Physics World, June 19, 2017
Andrew Ekpenyong of Creighton University in the US and colleagues were studying the stiffness of neutrophils – a type of white blood cell – when they accidentally discovered the unusual property.
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Bankers: Farmland prices may not fall as far as feared

Quad Cities Online, June 19, 2017
“Stabilizing and slightly improving farm commodity prices helped push the overall index at or above growth neutral for the last two months,” said Ernie Goss, Jack A. MacAllister Chair in Regional Economics at Creighton University's Heider College of Business.
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Experts say to be on the lookout for spiders this summer

WOWT, June 20, 2017
According to Creighton University Entomologist Dr. Theodore Burk the Western Black Widow and the Brown Recluse should both be on your radar this summer.
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Intern learns to appreciate wastewater treatment

Columbus Telegram, June 19, 2017
Clearly, he’s not a germaphobe.“I don’t think you can be here,” said Kumpf, who just completed his first year of studies at Creighton University in Omaha.
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Kelly: Omahan was a POW, pro athlete, politician and dad — ‘His story needs to be told’

Omaha World-Herald, June 18, 2017
Tom was the starting quarterback on the final Creighton University football team in 1942 and a starting pitcher in 1948 in the first game ever played at the old Rosenblatt Stadium.
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