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March 31, 2014
Consumers Save $2.5 Billion A Year If A 'Kill Switch' Stops Phone Thefts, Study Finds

Huffington Post, March 30, 2014
The analysis by William Duckworth, a statistics professor at Creighton University, estimates that consumers spend about $500 million each year replacing stolen phones and around $2 billion each year buying premium cell phone insurance through wireless carriers.
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Project Helps Homeless to Rebound

WOWT, March 28, 2014
A project tailored to putting roofs over heads and lives back on track set up of shop at the Creighton University Kiewit Fitness Center Friday. Project Homeless Connect drew a crowd of hundreds.
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Grace: Reflecting on judge's 'dirty old man' blog post and his take on women lawyers' attire

Omaha World-Herald, March 27, 2014
Creighton University's law school hosts an annual fashion show, called “Dress for Success,” that models do's and don'ts for law students.
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Honors programs offer students academic freedom

Omaha World-Herald, March 30, 2014
Programs at schools such as Creighton University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln encourage their students to branch off from the normal curriculum in search of breaking new ground.
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Chinese Law Student’s Cultural Exchange Is Win-Win for Creighton, China and Guo

The Daily Record, March 28, 2014
Shaoqing Guo – who goes by Sabrina – will return to China at the beginning of April, after having spent a year as a visiting scholar at Creighton’s School of Law. The Ph.D. candidate at Wuhan University’s Research Institute of Environmental Law in Wuhan, China, said that her experience at Creighton has had a real impact on her.
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