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November 18, 2011
'Team Spinal Tap' wins at Creighton

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 18, 2011
A team of students from Creighton University's biomedical entrepreneurship program is working to bring a new, cost-effective product called Kizer Vials to market that would help curb those issues.
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Bankers, relatively, calm over land price 'bubble'

Agrimoney.com, Nov 18, 2011 Lenders surveyed for Creighton University's respected monthly survey on America's rural economy rated the "bursting of the farmland price bubble" as the second biggest risk to agricultural prosperity.
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Rural Economy Growing At A "Very Healthy Pace"

WOWT, Nov 17, 2011
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss, who oversees the survey, says the results were helped by farmland price growth, which continues at a rapid pace.
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NOAA Grant to Help Study Coastal Habitats

Newswise, Nov 16, 2011
Creighton University is a member of a training and research consortium that recently received a five-year $15 million renewal award from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
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Hubbard brought Madagascar to zoo

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 18, 2011
Other beneficiaries of her support have included scholarships for the Creighton University Medical School.
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Holocaust Scholarship at UNO

Omaha World-herald, Nov 17, 2011
UNO will administer the renamed Sam and Frances Fried Holocaust and Genocide Educational Fund, which will provide for courses at UNO and at four other Nebraska schools, including Creighton University.
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Colleges grab triple-X Web names

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 18, 2011
In a defensive move, Creighton University officials have registered "creighton.xxx."
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Pros, cons of plus-minus

The Collegian, Nov 17, 2011
Creighton University uses a plus-minus grading system, something Andrew Rueb, a senior in the Medical Lab Science program, said he enjoyed.
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