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November 4, 2011
McMahon: Cain struggling to be organized

CNN The Situation Room, Nov. 3, 2011
Jim Acosta reports on how re-surfaced allegations against Herman Cain remind some of his leadership approach. Creighton College of Business professor Tim McMahon comments.
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Cain Plows Ahead Despite Harassment Scandal

KETV, Nov. 3, 2011
McMahon said Cain is a man who made people believe they could do anything, but he's also a man who might not have the stomach to weather the political arena.
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Educator reassured on youths

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 3, 2011
Despite the world's problems, 57-year-old Tim McMahon of Omaha feels good about the future and about the younger generation.He teaches at Creighton University's business school, where he also serves as interim director of a leadership program.
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The Pathbreaker: A Conversation with Major General Marcia Anderson

TIME, Nov 4, 2011
Maj. Gen. Marcia Anderson will give a testimony on public service at the Opportunity Nation Summit on the campus of Columbia University. Anderson completed ROTC at Creighton University, rose through the ranks in the Army Reserve.
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Staff Training Tool: Medication Safety Best Practices Guide for Ambulatory Care Use

ASC Review, Nov 3, 2011
The Creighton University Health Services Research and Patient Safety provides a free, downloadable Medication Safety Best Practices Guide for Ambulatory Care Use.
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Omahan named county judge

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 4, 2011
Gov. Dave Heineman on Friday appointed Omaha lawyer Michael D. Nelson to be a new county court judge in Douglas County. He is a graduate of Creighton University School of Law.
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Need to Know

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 3, 2011
Weekend run of the Shakespeare comedy, The Merry Wives of Windsor, opens at 7:30 p.m., Creighton University.
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Habitat for Humanity Awards

WOWT, Nov 4, 2011
Hundreds of people came together on the Creighton University campus Thursday evening to honor the efforts of building 31-homes for Habitat for Humanity in 2011.
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Interview with a Stoic

BoingBoing, Nov 4, 2011
William O. Stephens is Professor of Philosophy and of Classical & Near Eastern Studies at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska.
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Compact trash, save money

The Imperial Republican, Nov 3, 2011
Jerry Clark of Imperial is beginning to sell his own invention, the Black Thunder Trash Stomper. The tool is trademarked. Much of the legal work leading up to production was done by Creighton University Law School students.
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