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October 28, 2009

Creighton in the News

Samford's entrepreneurship program named award finalist
Birmingham Business Journal, Oct. 28, 2009
Creighton University’s Entrepreneurship Program among the finalists for the Outstanding Emerging Entrepreneurship Program named by the U.S. Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
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UPDATE 2-US panel: More study on Human Genome anthrax drug
Reuters, Oct. 27, 2009
"We definitely want to be sure it has some benefit in addition to the antibiotics," said Dr. Archana Chatterjee, a panel member and chief of the pediatrics infectious diseases division at Creighton University School of Medicine.
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What next?
Philadelphia Enquier, Oct. 27, 2009
According to Lisa Brockhoff, associate director of Career Development Programs at Creighton University's Career Center, the first hurdle for career-seeking students to jump is simply a lack of exposure. "Students lack knowledge about careers.
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Creighton Students Get Lesson In Fire Safety
WOWT, Oct. 27, 2009
Some Creighton University students had a chance Tuesday to see how quickly a fire can spread. Firefighters intentionally set a fire to show how important it is to leave quickly when a fire alarm goes off.
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Creighton Signs 10-Year Deal For Downtown Stadium
KETV, Oct. 27, 2009
The Creighton Bluejays baseball team has a new home field -- TD Ameritrade Park in downtown Omaha.
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Experienced Creighton women MVC favorite
News-Leader, Oct. 28, 2009
Creighton University women's basketball coach Jim Flanery isn't sure why his Bluejays were the overwhelming pick to win the Missouri Valley Conference, but he does have a guess.
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Fiery Bob Gibson Had Heat On His Winning Pitches
Investors Business Daily, Oct. 27, 2009
Gibson persevered to become the first black American to play basketball or baseball at Omaha's Creighton University. He started on the basketball team and set many school records. In baseball, Gibson mostly played outfield, catcher and third base — and swung a mighty bat.
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