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October 9, 2013
Midlands Voices: Debt ceiling needless, but beware default

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 8, 2013
The writer is a professor of finance at Creighton University. He writes as an individual and not on behalf of Creighton.
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Kelly: Rabbi Azriel's interfaith work builds bridges for Omaha worshippers

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 9, 2013
Among his many friends is Dr. Syed Mohiuddin, a Creighton University cardiologist and a Muslim who will attend Friday's 6 p.m. dedication of the recently built Temple Israel. He also looks forward to breaking ground for a mosque nearby and to building on his friendship with the rabbi.
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Fenner and Carney Assume State Bar Office

Daily Record, Oct. 9, 2013
G. Michael Fenner of Omaha is the President of the Nebraska State Bar Association and Joel M. Carney of Omaha is the Chair of the Nebraska State Bar Association House of Delegates.
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Attorney’s Legal Roots Are All in the Family

Daily Record, Oct. 3, 2013
He decided to attend Creighton University School of Law, the same school from which his father received a law degree.
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Ex-Omahan who saw dad beat mom wants other victims to know: You can heal too

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 9, 2013
Martin is a former Creighton University basketball player who now is a corporate executive with State Farm Insurance in Bloomington, Ill.
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Lessons Learned in Public Relations

ProfNet, Oct. 8, 2013
...how important it is to plan and obtain a well-rounded education. Having an education helps you dissect how people learn and understand topics. By having this insight early in my career, I instinctively could plan for assigned clients and was more effective." -Deborah Daley, information officer at Creighton University/PR
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Creighton Logos Through History

White and Blue Review, Oct. 8, 2013
Creighton University was founded in 1878, but it wasn’t until 1924 that their mascot was the Bluejays. During the 46 years in between, their athletic teams were known by the moniker “Hilltoppers”, or occasionally, simply the “White and Blue.”
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