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May 6, 2016
Kelly: Donated to Creighton in 1986, Tokyo War Crimes files see the light of day

Omaha World-Herald, May 6, 2016
Last Friday marked the 70th anniversary of the start of the trials, which resulted in the execution of former Prime Minister Hideki Tojo and seven others. The Creighton Law Library has produced a three-shelf, glass-encased display of the Delaney papers and related war items.
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Goss says long-term economic prospects good for Grand Island, Nebraska

Grand Island Independent, May 5, 2016
“We have had a tailwind for several years, beginning with 2009, with very strong farm income and the cheap dollar,” Professor of Economics at Creighton University Goss said. “As we entered 2015, things got a little slower, and in 2016, it continues to be slow as anything connected with agriculture and energy is a bit challenging right now as that tailwind we did have has become a bit of a headwind.”
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Grace: A world-circling, company-starting, fruit bat-eating pilot who can make dreams take flight

Omaha World-Herald, May 6, 2016
Barrington is one of several featured speakers today at the ninth annual Empowerment Network conference, a community-betterment workshop held at Creighton University.
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Omaha driver crams for final exams, then puts pedal to the floor

Lincoln Journal-Star, May 5, 2016
Dakota Hendrickson just wrapped up finals in applied calculus, accounting and macroeconomics at Creighton. Now he'll be hitting speeds of about 130 mph on Friday at I-80 Speedway.
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