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November 23, 2011
Hawaiian cuisine beyond pig, pineapple

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 23, 2011
When Alexander Payne's new movie opens today, the scenery will be familiar to a fair-size contingent of students at Creighton University.
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Black Sea wheat may be headed for trouble

AgInfo.com, Nov 23, 2011
Dr. Art Douglas, professor emeritus of Creighton University’s Atmospheric Science Department, told the Tri-State Grain Growers Convention in Spokane last week that drought is again a possibility in Ukraine and Russia.
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Herman Cain: An inspiring leader for our times

Washington Times, Nov 21, 2011
He would later receive the 1996 Horatio Alger Award, and has received a honorary degree from Creighton University.
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Men's health

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 21, 2011
Throughout November, a group of Creighton University physical therapy students is participating in Movember. It's an organization that raises awareness as well as money to benefit prostate-testicular cancer.
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Flagler’s Firefighters and Paramedics Sweep Another Competition, This Time in Nebraska

FlagerLive.com, Nov 20, 2011
Flagler’s paramedics took first, third and fourth place in the Advanced Life Support competition at the 5th Annual Creighton University EMS Competition.
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Girl is Creighton project's 1,000th hernia patient

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 20, 2011
A 7-year-old girl in the Dominican Republic received a doll, a blanket, knitted slippers, hugs and a hernia surgery this month from a Creighton University-led medical team.
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Dr. Meyers blazed trails while serving patients

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 20, 2011
Meyers was an assistant professor of clinical surgery and a member of the contributing service faculty for more than 25 years at the Creighton University School of Medicine, his alma mater for his master's degree in 1954 and medical degree in 1955.
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