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May 17, 2010

Creighton in the News

1,300 graduate from Creighton
Omaha World-Herald, May 16, 2010
During commencement ceremonies Saturday, Creighton University honored more than 1,300 graduates, Omahans Mary and Charles Heider, the Boy Scouts of America, the Sisters of Mercy and volunteers who traveled to Haiti.
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College grads scramble for jobs
Omaha World-Herald, May 15, 2010
Steve Henneberry will accept his Creighton University diploma today having already collected something that's the envy of college graduates everywhere. Henneberry already has a job. And, even more shocking, that job actually matches his degree.
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Creighton University Students to Undertake Alternative Energy Project
AZOCleantech, May 14, 2010
Creighton University, in an effort to harness the wind and sunlight of Nebraska, is assembling a large-scale solar panels array and wind turbines throughout its campus locations.
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Doctor describes how he was saved by a saint
Daily Herald, May 17, 2010
But on the day he was diagnosed, Gatz's wife, Jeanne, spoke with priest Richard McGloin, who taught her Latin when she attended Creighton University.
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Campus Life
Omaha World-Herald, May 14, 2010
Creighton University School of Medicine students recently selected recipients of the 2010 Golden Apple Awards, which are given to faculty and residents for excellence in teaching and dedication to patient care.
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Central Catholic graduates called 'unforgettable'
Grand Island Independent, May 16 2010
The Rev. Tom Simonds, Creighton University's director of secondary education program, said he had many of the same teachers as the Class of 2010 when he attended Central Catholic and graduated in 1983.
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