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May 18, 2016
Creighton Global Initiative gives out $1.5 million for University proposals

KIOS 91.5 FM, May 18, 2016
Rene Padilla says the initiative is meant to build on global opportunities Creighton already has in place and to support new projects that build institutional relationships across the world.
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Indian girl — facing uphill climb in life — gets a helping hand with chance to attend school in Omaha

Omaha World-Herald, May 17, 2016
However, with the help of a Creighton University professor, Celine’s path in life took a fortunate turn through Omaha. Professor Sharon Ishii-Jordan and her husband, Bill Jordan, brought Celine to the United States and paid for her to attend Mercy High School.
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Fr. Jim Martin meets people where they are – online

National Catholic Reporter, May 17, 2016
Jesuit Fr. James Martin, editor-at-large at America, gave a presentation May 13 at Creighton University in Omaha about his most recent book Seven Last Words: An Invitation to a Deeper Friendship with Jesus. He was also the commencement speaker at Creighton University's 2016 graduation ceremony May 14.
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Survey: Arkansas consumers' confidence high

The Southwest Times Record, May 18, 2016
Ernie Goss, director of Creighton's Economic Forecasting Group and the Jack A. MacAllister Chair in Regional Economics in the Heider College of Business, wrote in the report that although a weaker U.S. dollar has made U.S. goods more competitively priced abroad, "continuing weakness in the nine-state region's agriculture and energy sectors remain an obstacle to improving overall growth."
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Farm outlook buffeted by weather, markets

The Grand Island Independent, May 18, 2016
Ernie Goss of the Creighton College of Business observed, “Weakness in farm income and low agriculture commodity prices continue to constrain the sale of agriculture equipment across the region. Reductions in farm prices have negatively affected the agriculture equipment dealers and manufacturers of farm equipment in the region.”
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Owen Law Office hangs shingle on Main Street

The Plattsmouth Journal, May 17, 2016
He earned his undergraduate degree in 2011 and started law school at Creighton University in 2012. At Creighton, he focused on witness examination skills and trial practice. He even participated on the Trial Team.
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JCAH honors scholarship recipients

Hawaii Tribune Herald, May 17, 2016
Jennifer Taniguchi is a student at Creighton University and has been on the dean’s honor roll in academics and social responsibility. She has been immersed in the Japanese culture her entire life. She graduated from Hilo Hongwanji Japanese Language School, studied Japanese for three years at Waiakea High School and is enrolled in an advanced Japanese class at Creighton.
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