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September 22, 2011
Eichmann prosecutor to talk at CU

Omaha World Herald, Sept 22, 2011
The senior prosecutor at the 1961 trial of infamous Nazi Adolf Eichmann will speak at a Creighton University event commemorating the 50th anniversary of that landmark war crimes trial.
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Campus ideas sustainable

Omaha World Herald, Sept 22, 2011
At Creighton University, students are evaluating the performance of a variety of renewable energy systems. Specifically, they're monitoring the performance of a major solar array currently the largest one in Nebraska as well as a geothermal system and a wind turbine.
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Court, orchard give Ditmars variety

Omaha World Herald, Sept 22, 2011
Council Bluffs attorney Lyle Ditmars' busy life brings him many varied experiences. Ditmars attended Creighton University Law School and got his foot in the door at Peters before he had finished. Ditmars was an adjunct professor at the Creighton University School of Law for 10 years.
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CU Med Center seeks to woo you

Omaha World Herald, Sept 22, 2011
Creighton University Medical Center wants to win your heart through your babies, hips and knees. The hospital, at 601 N. 30th St., has renovated its birth center and created an orthopedic-neurological unit from an unused ward in the building.
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Yates knew that dolphin with prosthetic tail had a message to share

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Sept 22, 2011
David Yates never thought much about dolphins while growing up. Watery dreams were just as doubtful when he moved to Nebraska to attend Creighton University.
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Creighton primed for return to glory years

ESPN, Sept 22, 2011
If Greg McDermott were still at Iowa State, he would be sweating the upcoming Big 12 season and wondering where the Cyclones will be playing future conference games. But McDermott got out before ISU lost any patience with him and landed about as well as any coach could while going from a power-six conference to one at least perceived as lesser in stature.
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No. 3 Jays shut out Wildcats

Omaha World Herald, Sept 22, 2011
After a scoreless first half, the third-ranked Bluejays picked up the intensity in the final 45 minutes and got goals from Andrew Ribeiro and Ethan Finlay that carried them to a 2-0 victory over No. 22 Kentucky before 2,557 fans at Morrison Stadium.
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