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October 31, 2011
Talk of a class war grows louder

Omaha World-Herald, Oct 29, 2011
"Most Americans don't like to talk about class, but they're aware of it. . It's kind of embarrassing to talk about it," said Charles Harper, a Creighton sociology professor. "But there are classes. They are there and they are real."
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Thrill junkies get fix on Halloween

Omaha World-Herald, Oct 31, 2011
Dr. Monica Arora, associate professor of psychiatry at Creighton University, said parents who encourage their children's interest in adventurous activities, such as skiing, camping and skateboarding, help foster a thrill-seeking personality.
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Reading series continues with distinguished local author

KVNO News, Oct 31,2011
Author Mary Helen Stefaniak’s new novel The Cailiffs of Baghdad, Georgia is the story of a small Georgia town, which is turned upside down by a well-traveled schoolteacher, Miss Grace Spivey. Stefaniak now lives, again, in two worlds. She divides her time between Iowa City and Omaha, where she teaches at Creighton University.
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Gates Foundation Names Dr. Christopher Elias to Lead Expanded Global Development Program

Newswire, Oct 31, 2011
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today announced that Dr. Christopher Elias has been named president of the foundation's Global Development Program. Elias received his MD from Creighton University in 1983.
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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Awards Grant to Train a New Generation of Scientists

JagsReport, Oct 29, 2011
With 30 percent of the grant designated for scholarships, FAMU has partnered with Creighton University as well as three National Estuarine Research Reserves to provide funds to support students as they pursue NOAA-relevant education, research, and training in environmental science. This grant supports enhancing environmental literacy from K-12 to the doctorate level.
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Movies, music, tech and more

Omaha World-Herald, Oct 31, 2011
Creighton University plops Shakespeare's lovable Falstaff down in the wild west of Nebraska, giving "The Merry Wives of Windsor" a twist.
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Cops ‘N’ Bobbers Play Out in Omaha

WWOT, Oct 30, 2011
The Creighton University baseball and softball teams helped in the second annual Cops ‘N’ Bobbers event that provides a chance for Omaha police to build relationships with youngsters in the community. Officers provided all the equipment for fishing along with some hands-on guidance.
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