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October 10, 2016
Omaha Native Blase Cupich — Now the Archbishop of Chicago — is Among 17 New Cardinals Named by Pope Francis

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 10, 2016
Cupich is much like the pope who named him a cardinal, said Eileen Burke-Sullivan, vice provost for mission and ministry at Creighton University. “He’s very pastoral and deeply compassionate for people struggling to stay faithful in the church,” Burke-Sullivan said. “He has been enabling people to come close to Jesus Christ. That’s at the heart of who he is.”
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Cabela?s Job Uncertainty Dampens Hometown Housing Market

Salina Journal, Oct. 10, 2016
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss said job cuts at Cabela?s could lead to cuts in other industries, such as health care. ?The spillover impacts will be quite significant,? he said. ?It?s not so much because of the loss of jobs, it?s the loss of very good jobs.?

After Cabela’s Sale, Sidney Braces for What Could be ‘Terrible Effect’ on Housing Market

Kearney Hub, Oct. 9, 2016
“It’s very likely that those central office facilities functions will be combined,” said Ernie Goss, an economics professor at Creighton University. “That’s one of the reasons you do this, is to make cost savings.”
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Death Penalty Key Ballot Question in Nebraska

The Columbus Telegram, Oct. 9, 2016
Then in August, they introduced a study of the costs of Nebraska's death penalty by Ernie Goss, a Creighton University economics professor, who found the state spends $14.6 million per year to maintain its capital punishment system.
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More Than 50 Employers Expected at Celebrate Diversity Job Fair

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 10, 2016
The job fair, presented by the Urban League of Nebraska and the Omaha World-Herald in collaboration with Omaha Diversity 365 (formerly Omaha Diversity Week), provides employers with the opportunity to reach hundreds of diverse and qualified applicants. More than 50 employers are expected to attend the event, including Creighton University.
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Catholic-Principled Solidarity Party Gaining Voice

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Oct. 8, 2016
Obviously, there are hard questions linked to this kind of project, noted philosopher David McPherson of Creighton University. "Voting for the ASP may be seen as a protest vote against a system that presents us with such poor choices. But it is not merely a protest vote, because if we are to work fully toward the kind of politics we need, we must first break from the political status quo," McPherson said.
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