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September 2, 2011
Fighting myths on STDs

Omaha World Herald, Sept. 2, 2011
"We do not have a cure for HIV," said Dr. Archana Chatterjee, chief of the division of pediatric infectious diseases at the Creighton University School of Medicine. "We can manage it like we can manage other diseases. “
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Photos from 1960s topic of discussion

Omaha World Herald, Sept. 2, 2011
Retired World-Herald photographer Rudy Smith will show and discuss his pictures from the Omaha riots and other moments during the turbulent 1960s civil rights era. The event will run from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday in Room 3029 at Creighton University’s Harper Center. The event is free and open to the public.
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Survey shows sluggish Midwest, Plains economy

CBS Money Watch, Sept. 1, 2011
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss, who oversees the economic report, said August was the 21st month in a row that the index had come in above neutral growth. But, he said, the August reading was the lowest since December 2009 "and clearly indicates that regional growth is waning with an increasing likelihood of a recession."
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Native returned to help Iowans

Omaha World Herald, Sept. 1, 2011
Lee Heithoff, a graduate of the Creighton University School of Law, finds his job as managing attorney at Iowa Legal Aid in Council Bluffs rewarding. The nonprofit organization offers free legal help and information on civil law problems for Iowans who meet income guidelines.
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Bluejays confident heading into home opener

Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 1, 2011.
Creighton has to guard against putting too much emphasis on Friday's night women's soccer match against Oklahoma State. The fifth-ranked Cowgirls are off to a 5-0 start and are capable of playing deep into the NCAA tournament.
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Third-year arena is bearing fruit for Bluejays

Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 1, 2011.
One of the few new venues in the NCAA built specifically for women's volleyball and basketball, Sokol was touted as a facility that would help coach Kirsten Bernthal Booth's program attract top recruits, and it was anticipated that the arena would give CU an edge in its quest to make the NCAA tournament.
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