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March 21, 2016
Kelly: ‘Star Trek’ theme will take annual Omaha Press Club fundraiser to final frontier

Omaha World-Herald, March 19, 2016
Thirty-five years ago this week, a van full of Creighton University students was minutes from campus after a 20-hour drive when tragedy struck.
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A Truly Tuned Heart

America Magazine, March 7, 2016
Dr. Roger Bergman is director of the Justice and Peace Studies Program at Creighton University and the author of Catholic Social Learning: Educating the Faith That Does Justice.
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Survey: Plains, Midwest economic picture slightly brighter

New Jersey Herald, March 17, 2016
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss oversees the monthly survey, and he says prices for farm products have fallen about 11 percent and fuel roughly 25 percent since June. Goss says the confidence index dropped to 30.1 this month from 30.4 in February, reflecting the bankers' pessimism.
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Where in the World of EMS is A.J.?

Journal of Emergency Medical Services, March 18, 2016
A.J. is in Omaha Nebraska lecturing at the Nebraska Emergency Medical Services Association conference. He is shown here with 12 students from Saudi Arabia that are on an exchange education program at Creighton University, one of the most advanced EMS education programs in the country.
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Shared memories of forgotten Omaha

WOWT, March 18, 2016
Larry Furguson remembers talk of a time when Creighton seemed out of the city limits. “The western boundary of Omaha was 13th street. And when they built Creighton University, it was on 25th street and it was an entire mile outside of town,” Larry said.
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American Library Association honors southwest Iowa woman; others receive awards and recognitions

Omaha.com Good News, March 19, 2016
An occupational therapy student in Creighton University’s Alaska Distance Pathway program has earned a national honor from the American Occupational Therapy Association and the American Occupational Therapy Foundation.
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