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May 9, 2011
Gender stereotypes easing more for girls than boys

USA Today, May 6, 2011
"For girls nowadays, it's OK to play with boys' toys, dress like boys, talk like them - it's often encouraged," said Isabelle Cherney, a Creighton University psychologist.
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Locals join fight for Geronimo's name

Omaha World-Herald, May 7, 2011
Taylor Keen, who teaches business at Creighton University and heads its Native American Center, said he isn't caught up in the controversy.
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Midlands Voices: Tax hike for 'rich' is good politics, lousy economics

Omaha World-Herald, May 8, 2011
The writer is the Jack A. MacAllister Chair in Regional Economics and a professor at Creighton University.
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CU prof wins fiction award

Omaha World-Herald, May 8, 2011
Mary Helen Stefaniak, Creighton University creative writing professor and author of "The Califfs of Baghdad, Georgia, has been awarded a 2011 Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for Fiction by the Cleveland Foundation.
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Stewart nominated for judgeship; If chosen, Buffalo Co. public defender would work in this area

Kearney Hub, May 6, 2011
Stewart is a Fairmont, Minn., native and a graduate of Creighton University School of Law.
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Bluejays earn split with Redbirds

Omaha World-Herald, May 7, 2011
Freshman pitcher Becca Changstrom helped Creighton shut down the Missouri Valley's most dangerous offense for 12 consecutive innings on Saturday.
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Lone senior perfect for leadership role

Omaha World-Herald, May 6, 2011
Even if the Creighton softball team had been loaded with veterans this year, coach Brent Vigness is certain Liz McKewon would have emerged as a key leader.
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