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November 14, 2016
No Certainty That New Hedge Fund Drawn to Conagra Will Act as Activist

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 13, 2016
The hedge fund may have seen opportunity in the spinoff. There has been some chatter that the move would boost share prices, said Lee Dunham, a finance professor at Creighton University.
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How the US Government Reached Out to Native Americans in the Wake of the Dakota Pipeline Fight

Vice, Nov. 13, 2016
Taylor Keen, professor at Creighton University and a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, who is not directly involved in the meetings, is doubtful that these new government conversations with the tribes will yield any real change.
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Editorial: Inspiring and Healing Our Native American Youth

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 14, 2016
In that culture, native peoples had constructive parenting practices that shielded children from harm, said Grace Johnson, who grew up on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and studied at Creighton University and Bellevue University.
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Community Prepares Garden for a New Season

The Times Leader, Nov. 13, 2016
The Rev. Michael Ziebarth was joined by some helpers — around a dozen students from Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. The students were in the area for an immersion trip through their school’s Service and Justice center.
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Creighton ‘Book Thief’ Calls on Ernie Chambers to Ease His Conscience

Lincoln Journal Star, Nov. 12, 2016
Creighton University librarian A. James Bothmer responded to the intermediary a week later. "I am moved by the act of contrition by the anonymous 'borrower' of the book," he said, "and I am especially moved by your poetic explanation."
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Why the Concept of a ‘Work Spouse’ is Unhealthy and Unhelpful

Conservative Review, Nov. 12, 2016
“It speaks to the taboo nature of the term,” Chad McBride, who teaches communications at Creighton University in Nebraska, told the BBC.
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Paint Your Way to Emotional Balance

Las Vegas Sun, Nov. 13, 2016
People have been shown to be more productive in blue rooms. The color promotes calm and well-being, and has been proven to lower heart rate. A Creighton University study found that workers in blue offices felt the most centered and hopeful about accomplishing their objectives.
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Rural Mainstreet Index Plummets to Lowest Level Since Recession

High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal, Nov. 11, 2016
The Creighton University Rural Mainstreet Index sank for October and remained below growth neutral for the 14th straight month, according to the monthly survey of bank CEOs in rural areas of a 10-state region dependent on agriculture and/or energy.
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Long-Term U.S. Mortgage Rates Continue to Rise

KSOM, Nov. 11, 2016
Creighton University Economist Dr. Ernie Goss cites two reasons for the slight increase in rates. One is the expectation of rising inflation over the next year.
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Banks Seek Collateral as Debts Rise

Nebraska Farmer, Nov. 14, 2016
Bankers are getting more bearish about the farm economy. The Rural Mainstreet Index created by Creighton University, based on monthly surveys of lenders across 10 Midwestern states, sank in October to the lowest since April 2009.
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In a Scramble for Science Faculty Jobs, Timing is Key

Spectrum, Nov. 14, 2016
Holly Stessman was a postdoc until October in Evan Eichler’s lab at the University of Washington in Seattle. She is now assistant professor of pharmacology at Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska.
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