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October 12, 2011
Apple ad in '96 featured CU priest

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 12, 2011
The death of Steve Jobs has a lot of people talking about their use of the Apple products most associated with him. The Rev. Don Doll of Creighton University is no exception, though he isn't your typical Apple devotee.
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Better finances may mean better health

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 11, 2011
Creighton University is compiling research to test a theory that if you teach financially struggling single mothers how to better manage their money, they will eat better, sleep better and show improved health in mind, body and pocketbook.
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World smaller than we thought

Omaha World-herald, Oct. 11, 2011
The economy can't seem to get a breather, either. Creighton University political scientist Philip Meeks said Italy's economy, despite its problems, is far stronger than those of the worst: Greece, Ireland and Portugal.
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Cain: The Godfather's years

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 11, 2011
Tim McMahon an associate business professor at Creighton University, said Cain, though charismatic, "simply doesn't register as a significant force" in Godfather's success.
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News notes

Omaha World- Herald, Oct. 11, 2011
Drop off unwanted or expired prescription and over-the-counter drugs during Medicine Round Up. Personal information on the labels will be removed and the medication delivered to Creighton University's School of Medicine. The medication will be given to impoverished areas.
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CU's Tritz has surgery

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 11, 2011
Creighton guard Carli Tritz underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a torn meniscus in her knee. Tritz probably will be sidelined three to four weeks, Creighton coach Jim Flanery said.
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Acoff returns to full speed for Valley play

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 11, 2011
Dion Acoff and his Creighton teammates learned last season how a stumble in the stretch run can impact a soccer team's aspirations. The Bluejays appeared headed for a high national seed in the NCAA tournament and a possible first-round bye until they went 1-2-1 in their last four regular-season games, then lost in the semifinals of the Missouri Valley tournament.
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