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March 19, 2012
Region's colleges fare well in rankings

Omaha World-Herald, March 19, 2012
Creighton University performed well in some areas, including 15th in occupational therapy and 16th in physical therapy. The dean over those programs, Chris Bradberry, said the disciplines in his School of Pharmacy and Health Professions are judged by U.S. News in part through an "academic opinion poll."
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Senior U keeps 'the brain moving'

Omaha World-Herald, March 19, 2012
The brain should always be moving, according to Dr. Sanjay Singh, chairman of the neurology department at the Creighton University School of Medicine."Any kind of cognitive activity is good. It exercises your brain," he said. "As with any organ, if you exercise it, the organ will stay in better shape."
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How to land a hot job in big data

It World Canada, March 19, 2012
As associate vice president for enrollment at Creighton University, Mary Chase oversees undergraduate admissions and financial aid for the 7,000-student Jesuit school in Omaha. When she started her career, the job was largely about working with people to build relationships. Now it's about working with relational databases to find people.
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Bankers: Cash Rent Prices on the Rise

ForexPros, March 19, 2012
According to Creighton University economist Ernie Goss, “Higher energy and fuel prices have not slowed growth in the farm economy. Compared to this time last year, the Rural Mainstreet economy is expanding at a faster pace with almost all economic dimensions stronger. Exports continue to be an important driver of growth.”
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Omaha artist's great art giveaway

Omaha World-Herald, March 18, 2012
Tim Guthrie has had the idea to give away his art for many years, but things got in the way and he never saw it through. Then, when the "99 percent" movement took off, he decided the time was right.
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Four seek Democratic nomination for judge vacancy in 4th Subcircuit

The Reporter, March 15, 2012
Julie Line Bailey, 46, graduated from Fremont High School in Fremont, Neb., and earned her bachelor’s degree in history and political science from Creighton University. She earned her juris doctorate from Northwestern University’s School of Law.
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