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October 26, 2011
Program promotes Catholic ed

Omaha World-Herald, Oct 25, 2011
Creighton'sMagis Catholic Teacher Corps program was developed as part of a national response to a Jesuit call for additional teachers willing to accept lower pay and benefits to teach in parochial schools.
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Ciciulla loved students, family

Omaha World-Herald, Oct 26, 2011
Dr. Sheila M. Ciciulla died Sunday at the Omaha home she shared with her husband, Sal A. Ciciulla. She earned four college degrees and taught at Creighton University's School of Nursing while raising six children.
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CDC panel recommends HPV vaccine for boys, too

Omaha World-Herald, Oct 26, 2011
Dr. ArchanaChatterjee, chief of the division of pediatric infectious diseases at the Creighton University School of Medicine, agrees that vaccinating boys will help protect the women they date and marry.
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Dental Implants Are Improving According to Dentist

Newswire, Oct 24, 2011
If youíre one of the many Americans who has lost a tooth or teeth, itís worth considering dental implants. Thatís the opinion of Pioneer Valley Dentalís Dr. Brent D. Baugh, who earned his dental degree from Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. in May 1995.
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Dorm dwellers to have conference

Omaha World-Herald, Oct 24, 2011
Creighton University will host the 2011 Midwest Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls conference from Friday through Sunday on campus. More than 450 students will meet to exchange ideas, network and learn leadership skills.
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Men's Basketball Announces Television Coverage

GoCreighton.com, Oct 25, 2011
Television coverage for Creighton University men's basketball in 2011-12 was released today, with at least 18 games scheduled to be broadcast on a variety of networks this winter.
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Athletics Earns Fifth Straight MVC All-Academic Award

GoCreighton.com, Oct 25, 2011
For the seventh time in the nine-year existence of the award, Creighton University has been recognized with the Missouri Valley Conference All-Academic Award. Bluejay student-athletes posted a 3.33 cumulative grade-point average over the 2010-11 academic calendar, matching the school's best mark ever.
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