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May 7, 2012
Film shows bullying isn’t just ‘kids being kids’

Omaha World Herald, May 6, 2012
Bullying is not normal behavior, and teachers and administrators must take action when a student reporst being bullied, said the Rev. Tom Simonds, an associate education professor at Creighton University who specializes in school violence prevention.
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In quest for answers, suicides leave questions

Omaha World Herald, May 7, 2012
Dr. S. Faiz Qadri, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Creighton University, said he sees patients who have gone off their meds because of side effects, cost and lack of understanding. Patients need to know why they should stay on medications, Qadri said. “Based on my experience, I think the key thing is education,” he said.
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Billion-dollar transformation gets attention of Berkshire crowd

Omaha World Herald, May 6, 2012
“To the west, an entertainment, shopping and residential district could stretch to 17th Street, the potential new front door of an expanded Creighton University campus,” that old story said. That's all in addition to more than $250 million in Creighton University developments, including student housing, Morrison Stadium soccer park, Ryan Athletic Center and D.J. Sokol Arena and Harper Student Center.
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