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March 14, 2011
Egypt is seen as ‘linchpin’ of democracy movement

Omaha World-Herald, March 14, 2011
“Egypt really is the linchpin” of this winter surprise — the Arab Revolution, as some call it — “a transformative moment in the Middle East, the end of the American order,” said John Calvert, a Creighton University historian who specializes in the roots of radical Islamism.
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Muslims question motives behind hearings

Omaha World-Herald, March 10, 2011
What Omaha-area Muslims are observing, said Dr. Syed Mohiuddin, a Creighton University cardiologist, is a baffling bit of political “theater” that seeks to blame all Muslims for the acts of a violent few — and most likely will have the perverse effect of goading those few to greater hatred.
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Serving Omaha over spring break

Omaha World-Herald, March 12, 2011
Instead of partying on a beach someplace warm, Creighton University students spent part of their spring break cleaning up vacant lots in north Omaha this week as part of the university's Spring Break Service Trips program.
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Creighton University Students Give Back

KETV, March 11, 2011
For thousands of students, spring break means a getaway with friends to tropical areas. That's not the case for some Creighton University students who are donating their "free week" to help others.
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Former Omahan survives quake

Omaha World-Herald, March 12, 2011
The tremors continued Saturday night in Utsunomiya, Japan, where former Omahan Chelsea Keeney is teaching English.
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Downtown awash in green

Omaha World-Herald, March 12, 2011
The Rev. John Schlegel, Creighton University's president and parade grand marshal, rode in a carriage drawn by a horse painted green.
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College credit in high school

Omaha World-Herald, March 11, 2011
Mary Higgins, a Creighton University vice president who oversees freshman advising, said the credits can allow students to start work sooner on their major, or give them the flexibility to experiment with other majors, study abroad or pursue multiple majors.
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Out Loud! Author Series: Cabot, Hamilton, Martini, Stefaniak, Lovely, Shaffer

Eastern Iowa Life, March 14, 2011
Stefaniak, who is also the author of The Turk and My Mother and Self Storage and Other Stories, is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and divides her time between Iowa City and Omaha, where she teaches at Creighton University. Read Full Story