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November 16, 2012
'Panic button' needed for Nebraska's health care fund?

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 14, 2012
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss backed Radcliffe's suggestion. Goss said his projections show little change in the fund balance even if spending remains at current levels. He also said cutting back on the research dollars would mean fewer jobs and less federal research money.
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Health 101: Smoke and Stress: Breaking the Link

The Chaparral, Nov. 16, 2012
For more than 35 years, Cindy W., a 50-year-old student at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, smoked about a pack a day. “I smoked for stress relief,” she says. “I didn’t smoke to lose weight, but the idea of gaining weight if I stopped kept me from quitting earlier than I did.”
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Parkinson's group to learn about mobility

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 16, 2012
Teresa Cochran, an associate professor of physical therapy at Creighton University, will speak at the meeting at the Bellevue Medical Center, 25th Street and Nebraska Highway 370 in Bellevue. The group meets in Room A on the lower level.
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'Twelfth Night' cast full of Renaissance men, women

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 15, 2012
Sir Toby Belch will be played by Brent Spencer, director of creative writing at Creighton University, who won the Nebraska Book Award for his biographical memoir “Rattlesnake Daddy: A Son's Search for His Father.”
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Creighton concert also a food drive

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 15, 2012
The Creighton University department of fine and performing arts will present “Celebrating the Season of Warmth and Joy.”
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Miller & Bober Named MVC Scholar-Athletes of the Week

GoCreighton.com, Nov. 15, 2012
Eric Miller and Megan Bober of Creighton University have been selected Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athletes of the Week, Commissioner Doug Elgin announced today. Miller and Bober were honored for their performances during the period of November 5-11.
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