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May 10, 2010

Creighton in the News

Drawing hope after stroke
Omaha World-Herald, May 10, 2010
“All of a sudden, they're different,” said Dr. Shirley Blanchard, a Creighton University associate professor in occupational therapy. “Depression is a huge issue.”
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Building wealth with a successful technique
The Ticker, Barlich College, May 10, 2010
The Portfolio Practicum class of 2009-2010 at Creighton University’s College of Business hosted a panel on value investing during the busiest weekend of the year in Omaha, Nebraska, on Friday, April 30.
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Missouri Valley High School grad to attend Oxford University
Nonpareil, May 9, 2010
After high school, Brian Martens decided the 26-mile drive from his hometown of Missouri Valley to the Creighton University campus was the right fit.
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Mumps cases growing
Omaha World-Herald, May 8, 2010
“Sometimes mumps can be very serious, and there’s something that people can do about it,” said Dr. Marvin Bittner, an associate professor in the Creighton University School of Medicine.
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Good deeds in the Midlands
Omaha World-Herald, May 9, 2010
Creighton University donors come in all shapes and sizes and some of the youngest ones recently gave to help the victims of Haiti's Jan. 12 earthquake. The Brownies of Troop 3495 in Omaha raised $645 through a bake sale and made a donation to Creighton's Haiti Relief Fund.
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JOHN L. SMITH: Ex-chief justice made strong friends, equally strong enemies
Las Vegas Review-Journal, May 9, 2010
E.M. "Al" Gunderson dealt cards downtown in the 1950s, then decided to go to law school. After graduating from Creighton University, he returned to practice.
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Creighton's McDermott may be blazing new trails
Omaha World-Herald, May 9, 2010
Greg McDermott has spent his days as a head coach trying to persuade young men to spend four or five years of their lives in what some might consider out-of-the-way basketball outposts.
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