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September 10, 2011
Borders was a place to connect

Omaha World Herald, Sept 6, 2011
Borders and places like it — parks, stadiums and restaurants — provide a middle ground of socializing that is important in a community, said Rebecca Murray, an associate professor of sociology at Creighton University.
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Comedies of error shape views of law schools, lawyers

National Law Journal, Sep.05, 2011
Kelly Lynn Anders, director of communications and diversity at Creighton University School of Law, says popular culture can illuminate the public, but also can spread misinformation about the profession.
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Career coach offers lessons she learned along the way

Chicago Sun Times, Sept. 9, 2011
Marino attended Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business and marketing.
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes hosts former Bluejays

Omaha World Herald, Sept 6, 2011
Four former Creighton University basketball players: Ryan Sears, Kyle Korver, Anthony Tolliver and Josh Dotzler will speak at the annual Cornerstone Celebration put on by the Omaha-Metro Chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The event will begin at 6:15 p.m. Sept. 15 with a silent auction and 7 p.m. dinner and program, all at Ramada Plaza, 72nd and Grover Streets. Tickets, $40 each, are available at www.nebraskafca.org. Proceeds will go to FCA.
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The Center for Preparedness Education presents play

Columbus Telegram, Sept 9, 2011
The Center for Preparedness Education, a joint endeavor between Creighton University Medical Center and the University of Nebraska Medical Center, along with Kristin Watkins, library and grants coordinator, will present a play based on the life of Mary Mallon, also known as “Typhoid Mary.” The public is invited to come and learn about the challenges of controlling infectious diseases.
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