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May 24, 2010

Creighton in the News

Michael Kelly: Latinas inspired
Omaha World-Herald, May 23, 2010
As Creighton University law students, Yvonne Sosa and Sylvia Rodriguez were thrilled by the elevation of a Latina to the U.S. Supreme Court. The swearing-in of Sonia Sotomayor, they say, inspired them and others, especially young Hispanic women.
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Bright future beckons new grad
Omaha World-Herald, May 24, 2010
After reading Bria's story in The World-Herald in February, Patrick Borchers, a Creighton University vice president and former law school dean, met with current Creighton School of Law Dean Marianne Culhane. The two were so impressed with Bria's resilience that they decided to offer Bria a carrot: a full-tuition scholarship to Creighton University Law School once she graduates from college.
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Measles, mumps still with us
Omaha World-Herald
, May 24, 2010
Dr. Marvin Bittner, an infectious disease specialist at the Creighton University School of Medicine, said: “We've got some excellent vaccines. Use them.”
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Businesses hiring once again
Omaha World-Herald, May 23, 2010
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss, who conducts monthly surveys on the Midwest economy, said he doesn't expect dramatic improvement this year in the Nebraska and Iowa unemployment rates.
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Bankers survey shows signs of rebounding economy
Associated Press, May 21, 2010
Creighton University Economics Profesor Ernie Goss' survey of rural bankers in 10 Midwest and Plains states released Thursday showed signs of a rebounding economy.
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Omaha stadium picked for Valley tourney
Omaha World-Herald, May 24, 2010
Omaha’s TD Ameritrade Park has been selected as the site for the 2011 Missouri Valley baseball tournament.
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Jays can’t hold lead as season comes to end
Omaha World-Herald, May 22, 2010
For the second straight day, Creighton failed to hold a 2-1 seventh-inning lead, falling 3-2 in nine innings to DePaul in the NCAA softball tournament and ending the Jays’ season.
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