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September 18, 2009

Creighton in the News

'Bad bug' blamed in teen's death
Omaha World-Herald, ‎Sept. 18, 2009‎
Dr. Meera Varman, associate professor in pediatric infectious disease at Creighton University, said group A strep is contagious and can be transmitted by sharing cups or through coughing and sneezing.
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Changes sought in how kids testify
Omaha World-Herald, ‎Sept. 18, 2009‎
“To face the accuser and cross-examine is at the heart of our adversarial system of justice,” said Creighton University law professor R. Collin Mangrum. “That's an ancient common law right.”
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Film tells chapter in history
Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 17, 2009
Creighton law professor Raneta Lawson Mack introduced the film and moderated a lively discussion that followed it.
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Area bankers: rural economy better but still weak
Omaha World-Herald, ‎Sept. 18, 2009‎
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss, who oversees the survey, said concerns about farm income and the relatively low crop prices this year appear to be limiting growth in rural areas.
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CU Economist before Congress Thursday
Citizen-Times, Sept. 17, 2009‎
Professor Ernest Goss, an economist at Creighton University, testified that since the American taxpayers now own most of both companies, any assessment of dealership closures needs to look more broadly at how communities would be affected.
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Al Qaeda terror investigation circles from New York back into Colorado
Dscriber, Sept. 15, 2009‎
"Greeley was his longest sojourn in the United States," says John Calvert, a history professor at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska.
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Briefly: News notes Friday
Omaha World-Herald, ‎Sept. 18, 2009‎
Creighton to offer free health screenings
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Marriage, Morality, and Culture
Virtue Online, Sept. 10, 2009
R.R. Reno is features editor of First Things and professor of theology at Creighton University.
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Noteworthy
Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 12, 2009
Roger Brumback, chairman of Creighton University's department of pathology, is co-editor of a recently released book, “Advanced Therapy in Epilepsy.” It is designed to be a resource for physicians involved in the care of patients with epilepsy.
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